Amtrak Repairs to Slow SEPTA’s Delaware Line

Five miles of Amtrak track work is slowing SEPTA riders in Delaware this week.

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The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority says Amtrak repairs will cause delays along the Wilmington/Newark regional rail line.
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The work to replace more than 14,000 rail ties and track along a 5-mile stretch begins Monday and is scheduled to continue until July 2.
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SEPTA says Regional Rail trains departing from Newark and Wilmington stations may operate up to 20 minutes later than regularly scheduled during the week.
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Trains making stops at Wilmington, Churchmans Crossing and Newark stations may operate up to 20 minutes after departing from Claymont Station.
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Beginning Saturday, DART buses will operate in place of trains between Claymont and Wilmington stations.
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Check out SEPTA's website for additional information.
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