Power problems caused SEPTA to suspend service on one of its busy Regional Rail lines Halloween morning.
The transit agency stopped all trains along the Doylestown Line around 6:45 a.m. Monday.
The stoppage came after delays along the line through Bucks, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties increased to 60 minutes.
Around 10 a.m., SEPTA began operating trains between Center City and Lansdale but announced that service remained suspended between Link Belt and Doylestown. They expected to get regular service back on track by the evening rush.
SEPTA suggested using its website to find alternate routes.