Service restored to Trenton Regional Rail Line

    Full service has been restored to SEPTA’s Trenton Regional Rail Line after Hurricane Irene’s floodwaters caused disruptions.

    The floods damaged Amtrak’s signals near the Trenton Transit Center and until today, SEPTA was using shuttle buses to get passengers between Levittown and Trenton while the rest of the line between Levittown and Center City remained in service.

    West Trenton Line passengers can still expect delays of up to 30 minutes while repairs continue on a CSX signal system on the line. Those are expected to be finished later this week.

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