OK, here’s a summary of things you might want to know if you plan to drag yourself to work tomorrow, even though this storm-tossed weekend was not as restful as you needed. More detail on all these commuting updates is available here.
SEPTA has its act about three-quarters together. Subways and most trolleys will be working, as will most buses, though with delays. Regional Rail will be about halfway back.
The Philadelphia International Airport, after a fake opening at 4 today, will really be open for most business.
The Garden State Parkway and Atlantic City Expressway will be mostly back in business, but if you want to avoid tolls, get up early. They will be restored at 6 a.m.
The Indian River Inlet Bridge, one of Delaware’s main umbilical cords, is already back open, deemed safe by DelDOT engineers.
PennDOT still has a long list of mostly suburban state roads and bridges that will still be closed as of tomorrow morning.
Forget about Kelly Drive along the Schuylkill tomorrow morning; it won’t be open due to flooding.
Amtrak is taking its own sweet time getting its act together; lots of washouts and downed trees will keep Northeast Corridor service spotty tomorrow.
Things are back to normal on the toll bridges across the Delaware. PATCO went back to normal Sunday afternoon.