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Commuter Alerts: Latest On Bus, Train Service After Spring Snowstorm

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Transportation officials are preparing to resume to normal service as cleanup efforts are underway in the region after this week's nor'easter.


SEPTA resumed to normal weekday service on Thursday morning.

Officials say some delays are still possible as the region continues to deal with heavy snowfall.

Those using SEPTA are urged to check SEPTA's website in the System Status section of



Effective at midnight, PATCO will return to their normal schedule.

For the latest updates, CLICK HERE. 


Amtrak says due to Wednesday's snowfall, they will continue modified service on Thursday.

For more on Amtrak, CLICK HERE.


NJ Transit will operate on regular weekday service on Thursday. Customers may expect delays and cancellations due to the residual effects of the storm.

Access Link will resume statewide service at noon on Thursday.

Customers are urged to check the NJ Transit website for the latest status.

Hudson-Bergen Light Rail, Newark Light Rail and RiverLINE are all expected to operate on regular weekday schedules.

Atlantic City Rail is suspended Thursday morning due to a signal problem.

Systemwide cross-honoring and cross-honoring with PATH will NOT be in effect for Thursday.

CLICK HERE to learn more.


If you're flying out of Philly on Thursday you're urged to check with your airline before heading to the airport.

Flights will be arriving and departing at Philadelphia but delays are expected as the airlines work to get the schedule back to normal.


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