The SEPTA saga is still ongoing, with a judge blocking the transfer elimination for a few days, although most indications are that nobody is in a position to overrule the SEPTA board on this one. More here, and the DN opinion page weighs in here, including an apt comparison to the School District's last-minute budget scrambles.
"They couldn't have found a better guy for this - he's tailor-made," said Larry Ceisler, a Philadelphia-based political consultant. "He'll never have to read a Brookings report or sit through a hearing with boring testimony, and he'll never have to be on C-Span.
"He can trade favors and office space for things that can do good for Philadelphia and Pennsylvania," Ceisler added. "This is really the language that he deals in, and it is currency that he understands."
Perhaps this is a niche in which Brady can really serve his constituents better than ever before.