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Tilting Poles Cause SEPTA Service Problems

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    Tilting Poles Cause SEPTA Service Problems
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    SEPTA is experiencing service problems possibly due to Wednesday’s heavy winds.

    Service on in the inbound side of the Conshohocken, Spring Mill, and Miquon Stations on the Manayunk/Norristown Line is restricted, according to officials. Officials say tilting poles, possibly dislodged by high winds, are creating dangerous conditions for travelers.

    Passengers at the stations should board all trains from the outbound (towards Norristown) platforms until further notice. 

    “Normal boarding is not expected to resume on the line until Thursday afternoon (4/23),” a SEPTA spokesman said. “Passengers should anticipate the possibility of travel delays during the morning rush hour. Additional updates on the situation will be made as they become available.”