TRENTON, N.J., (CBS) — Service has resumed on SEPTA’s West Trenton Regional Rail Line Tuesday evening.
Service was suspended for about an hour due to power problems.
Due to emergency PECO work to repair a downed wire, SEPTA says train service will not operate between Neshaminy Falls and West Trenton Stations, beginning with train #388, which is scheduled to leave Suburban Station at 7:17 p.m. Shuttle buses will replace outbound trains between Neshaminy Falls and West Trenton Stations.
Inbound service to Center City will begin at Neshaminy Falls starting with train #389, which is scheduled to leave Neshaminy Falls Station at 9:08 p.m. There will be no inbound train or bus service between West Trenton and Neshaminy Falls Stations while the PECO repair work is completed.
Passengers may experience delays during this time. For alternate service options, passengers can visit www.septa.org.
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