Thursday, March 26, 2015

Some SEPTA Service back at noon

Much of the city's public transit network will be back up and running by noon today, says SEPTA General Manager Joseph Casey.

Some SEPTA Service back at noon

Much of the city's public transit network will be back up and running by noon today, says SEPTA General Manager Joseph Casey.

Casey said the city's subways and trolleys would be back, as well as about 80 percent of the city's buses. But there will be less available in the suburbs. Casey said about 60 percent of suburban buses will be running, but none of the regional rail will be back today.

Casey said he expects to have some regional rail service back tomorrow.

For more details, head to SEPTA's website.

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