Philadelphia-area commuter trains are once again making all stops on the Trenton Line that was disrupted last week by a deadly Amtrak train derailment.
It broke the engineer’s window around 9:25 p.m. Tuesday near SEPTA’s North Philadelphia station. No injuries were reported.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority says service on the Manayunk/Norristown Line won’t be back to normal until Thursday afternoon.
SEPTA says passengers at the Conshohocken, Spring Mill, and Miquon Stations on the Manayunk/Norristown Line should board all trains from the outbound (towards Norristown) platforms until further notice.
Trains in both directions on the Media/Elwyn line experienced delays of up to 45 minutes because of equipment problems at 30th St. Station.
According to the transit company, all Regional Rail trains will continue to run on a Saturday schedule throughout rush hour.
SEPTA is reporting some delays on its Wilmington/Newark Regional Rail line early Tuesday morning.
Authorities are trying to figure out how a driver went up an enbankment then drove on to the tracks.
SEPTA is reporting delays on one of its regional rail lines Tuesday morning.
SEPTA has reported lengthy delays on the West Trenton regional rail line Wednesday morning.
SEPTA says signal problems have put the brakes on all Airport Line Train service between the Airport and 30th Street Station.
The special schedule begins on Tuesday, Sept. 2 and continues through Sunday, Sept. 14.
Regional Rail service was suspended on the West Trenton Regional Rail line.
A SEPTA Regional Rail line is suspended due to a downed tree.
The SEPTA strike this month lasted only a day, but leaving Regional Rail riders without a train to board for even that short time still was an inconvenience for many.