PHILADELPHIA - SEPTA services says it plans to continually monitor the storm and make service adjustments as needed.
Additional personnel will be on-site at the SEPTA Headquarters Command Center as well as in the field to address equipment concerns. Maintenance crews will be staged at various locations.
A 24-hour weekend train service will be operating Wednesday night on the Market-Frankford and Broad Street lines. Trains will operate every 20 minutes all night.
SEPTA is activating its regional rail severe storm service plan and operating on a Saturday schedule with the exception of the following:
- Wilmington/Newark line will run on an enhanced Saturday schedule with service to Newark and Churchmans Crossing Stations.
- Cynwyd line service will not operating.
- Significant delays and possible cancellations are anticipated.
SEPTA urges riders to monitor SEPTA's website for any delays or suspensions.
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