TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Service has been restored on the Northeast Corridor between New York and Philadelphia after being suspended for some time on Wednesday morning.
The railroad was operating with 30 to 60 minute delays after experiencing some power problems.
The service also affected NJ Transit Northeast Corridor trains. SEPTA’s Trenton line was temporarily suspended, but have since resumed service.
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