SEPTA unveiled its newest fleet of locomotives that officials say will make mass transit more reliable.
The transit agency purchased 15 ACS-64 Siemens locomotives at a cost of more than $100 million, writes Tom MacDonald at WHYY.org.
The model was selected after Amtrak chose it for its fleet, said Jeff Kneuppel, SEPTA general manager.
The new locomotives are expected to be in full service by the end of the year after passing 500 miles of testing.
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