For the Birds

    More fodder for Ed Rendell and Brian Hickey: SEPTA won’t be adding regional rail service for tonight’s Eagles game against the Vikings. SInce the Sunday game was postponed due to snow, the Eagles will play tonight — the first Tuesday game since 1946.

     

    As Tom MacDonald reports for WHYY, SEPTA is encouraging fans to use the Broad Street and Market-Frankford lines to commute. Regional Rail service, which was still operating 30 minutes behind as of this morning, may hold some lines to accomodate late passengers.

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