SEPTA service suspended for Hurricane Irene

    SEPTA suspended all of its service through Pennsylvania as Hurricane Irene makes its way into our area.

    SEPTA says on its website that all bus, regional rail, trolley lines, subway lines and the Norristown High Speed Line are currently suspended.

    The service was scheduled to be suspended at 12:30 a.m. and remain that way through noon, Sunday.

    For travel alerts and updates from SEPTA, click here.

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