SEPTA, Amtrak Service Remains Spotty, With Suspensions Throughout the Region

Downed trees and electrical wire problems knocked out rail, trolley and bus service in the Philadelphia region and beyond as a strong storm battered the area Friday. Residual delays and suspensions continued to riddle public transit systems Saturday in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.

Amtrak began modified service on its Northeast Corridor Line at 11 a.m. Saturday. It had initially been suspended along the entire line, from Washington D.C. to Boston, at 12:45 p.m. Friday. Keystone service is going to operate on a modified schedule Saturday.


SEPTA Regional Rail

Airport Line: Buses will replace ALL Airport Line Trains Saturday, March 3rd until further notice, and operate between AT&T Station and Airport Line Terminals to provide service every 20 minutes

Suspended: Trenton, West Trenton, Doylestown (between Lansdale and Doylestown), Elwyn, Newark


SEPTA Route 125 bus was struck by a tree on the Schuylkill Expressway. Several other bus routes are on detour. SEPTA is advising that riders check a special service page on for your specific route status.

NJ Transit

Extensive Delays: Northeast Corridor & Atlantic City lines

PHOTOS: Major Storm Brings Damaging Wind, Rain and Snow to Area

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