SEPTA shutdowns and security tightens for Saturday’s inaugural train ride

    By: Tasha Jamerson

    Security tightens up Saturday morning and the SEPTA R2 Marcus Hook train won’t be going to Wilmington. Just two of the expected hiccups for weekend commuters around 30th street station and downtown Wilmington where the inaugural train with President Elect Obama and Vice President Elect Biden aboard. WHYY’s Tasha Jamerson reports from eyeshot of the Wilmington station where excitement is palpable.

    By: Tasha Jamerson

    Security tightens up Saturday morning and the SEPTA R2 Marcus Hook train won’t be going to Wilmington. Just two of the expected hiccups for weekend commuters around 30th street station and downtown Wilmington where the inaugural train with President Elect Obama and Vice President Elect Biden aboard. WHYY’s Tasha Jamerson reports from eyeshot of the Wilmington station where excitement is palpable.

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