SEPTA Is Having Another Rough Day

Snow slows down the public transit system.

Uh-oh:

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SEPTA isn’t always easy on snow days. So it is today. As of this writing, all of the city’s bus routes are operating—but with delays up to 60 minutes. Some buses are even getting stuck in the snow, according to SEPTA’s Twitter account. 


Here's the full list of SEPTA alerts as of noon:

Bus:
Routes 124, 125: All service will terminate at the King of Prussia Mall.
Routes 22, 55: All service will terminate at the Willow Grove Mall due to icy conditions.
Route 204: Expect delays of up to 90 minutes due to weather conditions.
Route 119: No service to Cheyney University.
Routes 112, 118: No service to Delaware County Community College.
Route 52: No service to Gladwyne due to icy conditions.
Route 44: No service to Gladwyne or Narberth due to icy conditions.
Route 310: Service is operating with delays up to 20 minutes due to weather conditions.
Routes H, XH, 120, 18, 35, L: Service is suspended until further notice.
Route 84: Service is terminating at City Line Loop.
Route 23: Service is terminating at Mermaid Lane.
Route 14: Service is terminating at Neshaminy Mall.
Route 93: Service is terminating at Philadelphia Premium Outlets.
Route 99: Service is terminating at Providence Town Center.
Route 58: Service is terminating at Red Lion Road.
Route 65: Service is terminating at Wissahickon Transfer Center.
Trolley:
Route 15:
The scheduled detour on Thompson Street has been canceled for today due to weather conditions.
Regional Rail:
Warminster: Service is operating with delays up to 10 minutes due to signal problems.
Market/Frankford:
Market/ Frankford Line: Train service has been adjusted to operate every 10 minutes.
General Announcement:
BUS: All routes are operating with delays up to 60 minutes due to weather and street conditions.
Norristown High Speed Line:
Norristown High Speed Line: Service is operating every 15 minutes. No Hughes Park or Bryn Mawr express service.

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