NJT Resumes Service, SEPTA Faces Delays

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – SEPTA says regional rails are operating with at least 30-minute  delays. SEPTA says a number of bus routes  remain on detour. Commuters can get the latest on detours at their website. SEPTA’s route 35  in Roxboro remains suspended.

All NJ Transit bus service has resumed.

NJ Transit rail service will operate on an enhanced weekend schedule.

All speed restrictions on the Pennsylvania Turnpike have been lifted.

Amtrak has completely restored northeast corridor rail service.

Fore more information on SEPTA scheduling, visit http://www.septa.org/.

For more information on N.J. Transit scheduling, visit njtransit.com .

For more information on Amtrak scheduling, visit http://www.amtrak.com.


One Comment

  1. Stephanie Patterson says:

    INEPTA does the same thing every year. Rail service (in other cities) has always been the one reliable mode of transportation in bad weather. Instead of paying too many managers with too few brains, maybe Septa should consider hiring experienced train operators and yard crews. How I miss the old streetcars in Baltimore!

  2. Clare Peterson says:

    Every once in a while, it snows in this area between December 21 and March 21. Sometimes after March 21. The authorities in charge of transportation obviously have their memories wiped clean from year to year, otherwise they’d think in advance about plowing, salting, shoveling and lubricating anything (signals, switches wires) that need treatment. This storm is chicken feed compared to what we saw a year ago and earlier this year. Why did it stun the transportation bosses so badly, when every possible news sources was blaring incessantly about it?

  3. Tori says:

    Amtrak service between New York and DC has been affected. Amtrak has called people on at least some of their trains to let them know their trains are canceled. Not sure why they would say that part is unaffected.

    1. John Peppercorn says:

      Shut up……Trains are running just fine you big fat liar!

Comments are closed.

More From CBS Philly

Getaway Guide: Best Of The Jersey Cape Clams

Watch & Listen LIVE