CHERRY HILL, N.J. (CBS) — Service to all PATCO stations has been restored following Monday’s severe storms. Crews finished replacing a utility pole after wet conditions delayed the repairs Tuesday.

Trains are running on or close to schedule.

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The Ashland and Lindenwold Stations were closed due to a large tree brought wires down onto the tracks.

 

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The Atlantic City Rail Line is still suspended in both directions between Lindenwold and Cherry Hill because of the repairs.

The train service says rail line passes will be accepted by NJ Transit buses between Lindenwold and Atlantic City.

A large tree fell onto the tracks, taking down power lines during Monday’s storms.

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Commuters should expect delays until train schedules are back on track.