Here’s the New SEPTA Interim Weekday Schedule
A new SEPTA interim weekday schedule went into effect this morning in hope of easing travel for Regional Rail commuters this week.
SEPTA released the schedule last night following a Friday announcement that it would add trains leased from Amtrak, New Jersey Transit and the Maryland Area Rail Commuter system to allot for 1,700 more seats during peak service hours.
Service from Glenside to Center City saw the most congestion last week, so 1,400 seats have been added along the line to prevent stations from being bypassed by full trains this week. The Paoli/Thorndale line and the Trenton line now have an additional train each.
Regularly scheduled Saturday and Sunday service, available on the published timetables, will be in effect on weekends.
Regional Rail schedules were first heavily adjusted last week following SEPTA’s removal of a third of its Regional Rail fleet after the discovery of a structural defect in its Silverliner V cars.
Passengers can now reference the schedules below.
Follow @ClaireSasko on Twitter.