SEPTA commuter trains resume making all Trenton Line stops

Philadelphia-area commuter trains are once again making all stops on the Trenton Line that was disrupted last week by a deadly Amtrak train derailment.

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority says Tuesday trains running between the New Jersey capital and downtown Philadelphia have resumed making stops at North Philadelphia, Bridesburg and Tacony stations.

Trenton Line trains had been skipping those stations after resuming service Monday.

SEPTA reported delays because of continued repairs near the Frankford Junction curve where Amtrak Train 188 left the tracks May 12, killing 8 people and injuring about 200 others.

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