PHILADELPHIA – Below is an update of SEPTA service as of 8 p.m. Sunday, January 24, as preparations continue for the Monday morning commute. SEPTA will have another press briefing at 6:30 a.m. on Monday, January 25, at 1234 Market Street.
Routes 9, 14, 15B, 20, 21, 23, 27, 28, 37, 42, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 59, 60, 64, 66, 70, 78, 79, 84, 93, 99, 104, 105, 109, 110, 111, 113, 115, 117, 124, 125 and R are operating. Customers should check the System Status section at https://www.septa.org for detour information. SEPTA is coordinating with the City and counties to improve road conditions and remove vehicles blocking bus routes in order to restore additional service.
Routes 10, 11, 13, 15, 34 and 36 are operating on or close to schedule. Trolleys will operate in the Center City tunnel overnight.
The Route 101 Trolley is operating from 69th Street Transportation Center to Providence Road, however not into Media on State Street. Full service from 69th Street to Sharon Hill has been restored on Route 102.
Trains will operate in place of the Night Owl buses. Overnight service will operate every 30 minutes. Regular schedules are expected to resume for Monday morning.
Broad Street Line
Trains will operate until 12 a.m. Nite Owl buses will operate overnight. Trains will return for the beginning of the service day on Monday.
Service on all lines, except for the Airport Line, is currently suspended. The Airport Line is operating hourly between Temple University Station and the Airport. Service is expected to resume on the Airport, Paoli/Thorndale, Manayunk/Norristown, Wilmington/Newark, Lansdale/Doylestown, West Trenton, Warminster, Media/Elwyn, Chestnut Hill East and the Fox Chase Lines on Monday. There will be an update in the morning on the status of the Trenton, Chestnut Hill West and Cynwyd Lines. We will continue to work with Amtrak to bring back these last three lines. All Regional Rail passengers should expect a slow start on Monday morning, as trains have not operated since Friday evening and yard conditions are still challenging.
Norristown High Speed Line
Service remains suspended at this time. Crews are still working to remove snow from the tracks and third rail. Service will resume from 69th Street to Bryn Mawr on Monday morning.
Limited service will be available for dialysis and medical appointments and essential work personnel on Monday.
Parking: Parking spaces will be limited throughout the system, as 30-35% of spaces are unavailable due to snow piles in lots. In-house forces and contractors are working to plow parking lots throughout the system. Snow removal efforts will run at night all next week, with snow being trucked out of many lots.
For the latest updates, customers should visit www.septa.org, the @SEPTA Twitter and monitor local news for information SEPTA’s service. The SEPTA Customer Service Call Center, (215) 580-7800, will be open at 6 a.m. and staffed with extra personnel. In addition, the SEPTA Social Media Team (@SEPTA_Social) will be available to answer inquiries via Twitter.