It happened at 6:25 p.m. Wednesday at the Market-Frankford subway line’s Somerset Station. Surveillance video shows the man staggering down the steps to the platform, where he fell onto the track.
All passengers using the line between 30th Street and 52nd Street stations should board trains on the Eastbound platforms.
SEPTA says they are adding more train trips on the Broad Street and Market Frankford Lines to help fans “swiftly” get to and from the concert.
Twenty-five years ago this week, Federal investigators were trying to figure out how and why a Market-Frankford El train jumped the tracks near 30th street.
Officials says it happened at about 6:40 p.m. Wednesday at the 15th Street Station of the Market-Frankford Line.
SEPTA says rail service has resumed on the Market Frankford Line following an insulator fire at 13th Street in Philadelphia.
One example of sign confusion can be found trying to get from the Broad Street Line to the Trolleys at City Hall. There aren’t any signs. Instead, Williams jokingly points out, “There’s a green staircase, and everybody knows green means trolleys.”
This effort is called “Stay Back From The Edge.”
There is no word on his condition at this time.
SEPTA has reported delays of up to 10 minutes on the Market-Frankford line early Tuesday morning.
SEPTA has extended weekend overnight subway service on the Broad Street and Market-Frankford Lines indefinitely.
Around 7:30am Tuesday, SEPTA said all passengers between the 5th and 15th Street Stations should board on the westbound platforms. The MFL is operating with single-track service due to that disable train.
Shuttle buses were operating in place of trains between the Erie and Berks stations.
SEPTA officials say the male employee was hit by a train traveling eastbound near 22nd and Market Streets.
SEPTA launched the pilot subway service on weekend nights starting June 15th, with plans to evaluate the experiment by summer’s end.