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Southwest Connection Improvement Program (SCIP)

Saturday, July 9 - Friday, August 19, 2022

The Southwest Connection Improvement Program will rebuild the mainline infrastructure on the Media/Elwyn Line between 30th Street Station, just below Penn Medicine Station

Installing new high-speed switches and returning the track to operation is a complex effort. We are working to minimize the impact of this project for the greatest possible number of customers and residents by working weekends in July and August, and the week of August 15-19. Special Regional Rail construction timetables will be in effect for the Media/Elwyn, Wilmington/Newark, Airport Lines. While these timetables are in effect, service levels will be adjusted, and trip travel times will increase.

We thank you for your cooperation and greatly appreciate your patience while we continue our work to improve service, safety, and travel reliability for our Regional Rail riders.

Effected Lines:

Customer Service: 215-580-7800

http://septa.org/southwestconnection/

Click Here For Southwest Connection Improvement Program Weekday Schedules

Click Here For Southwest Connection Improvement Program Weekend Schedules

Customer Service 215-580-7800 To get the latest service news, follow Airport Line @SEPTA_AIR www.septa.org

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Recent Service Delays

Wednesday, July 13, at approximately 1:00 p.m., Amtrak reported that their overhead wires were down on 2 of their 4 main tracks operating south out of William H. Gray III 30th Street Station.

SEPTA trains were not able to operate from Penn Medicine Station onto Amtrak\'s main line resulting in the suspension of our Wilmington/Newark service.

The tracks that experienced the damage were the 2 outbound tracks where SEPTA and Amtrak run between Philadelphia and Marcus Hook.

SEPTA began to operate some trains from the lower level of William H. Gray III 30th Street Station. However, due to damage to the outbound overhead wire, the trains were forced to run express service to Marcus Hook, leaving service suspended between Penn Medicine and Highland Avenue Stations.

Amtrak personnel worked throughout the night and eventually restored service at 5:22 a.m., Thursday morning. Service resumed with outbound train 9213 and inbound train 2500. The restoration was short-lived however, as at 6:34 a.m., Amtrak reported that their computerized dispatching system went offline, leaving them without the ability to move trains on their railroad.

This affected SEPTA\'S Wilmington, Airport, Chestnut Hill West and Trenton lines. Amtrak could not get the system to immediately reboot, and this caused additional significant delays (Up to 45 minutes) on all SEPTA trains that operate on shared tracks with Amtrak (Wilmington, Paoli, Trenton, Chestnut Hill West).

Due to a power outage earlier this week, travel has been challenging for our customers and SEPTA apologizes for the inconvenience caused to our passengers, especially those on the Wilmington Line. We are in constant communication with Amtrak officials for updates on repairing these heat-related issues.

Our mission is to provide customers with updated information as soon as it is available, so that they can plan travel accordingly.

Please contact Customer Service at 215-580-7800 for any service questions or comments.

Customer Service 215-580-7800 To get the latest service news, follow Chestnut Hill West Line @SEPTA_CHW www.septa.org

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Southwest Connection Improvement Program (SCIP)

Saturday, July 9 - Friday, August 19, 2022

The Southwest Connection Improvement Program will rebuild the mainline infrastructure on the Media/Elwyn Line between 30th Street Station, just below Penn Medicine Station

Installing new high-speed switches and returning the track to operation is a complex effort. We are working to minimize the impact of this project for the greatest possible number of customers and residents by working weekends in July and August, and the week of August 15-19. Special Regional Rail construction timetables will be in effect for the Media/Elwyn, Wilmington/Newark, Airport Lines. While these timetables are in effect, service levels will be adjusted, and trip travel times will increase.

We thank you for your cooperation and greatly appreciate your patience while we continue our work to improve service, safety, and travel reliability for our Regional Rail riders.

Effected Lines:

Customer Service: 215-580-7800

http://septa.org/southwestconnection/

Click Here For Southwest Connection Improvement Program Weekday Schedules

Click Here For Southwest Connection Improvement Program Weekend Schedules

Customer Service 215-580-7800 To get the latest service news, follow Media/Elwyn Line @SEPTA_ELW www.septa.org

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Recent Service Delays

Wednesday, July 13, at approximately 1:00 p.m., Amtrak reported that their overhead wires were down on 2 of their 4 main tracks operating south out of William H. Gray III 30th Street Station.

SEPTA trains were not able to operate from Penn Medicine Station onto Amtrak\'s main line resulting in the suspension of our Wilmington/Newark service.

The tracks that experienced the damage were the 2 outbound tracks where SEPTA and Amtrak run between Philadelphia and Marcus Hook.

SEPTA began to operate some trains from the lower level of William H. Gray III 30th Street Station. However, due to damage to the outbound overhead wire, the trains were forced to run express service to Marcus Hook, leaving service suspended between Penn Medicine and Highland Avenue Stations.

Amtrak personnel worked throughout the night and eventually restored service at 5:22 a.m., Thursday morning. Service resumed with outbound train 9213 and inbound train 2500. The restoration was short-lived however, as at 6:34 a.m., Amtrak reported that their computerized dispatching system went offline, leaving them without the ability to move trains on their railroad.

This affected SEPTA\'S Wilmington, Airport, Chestnut Hill West and Trenton lines. Amtrak could not get the system to immediately reboot, and this caused additional significant delays (Up to 45 minutes) on all SEPTA trains that operate on shared tracks with Amtrak (Wilmington, Paoli, Trenton, Chestnut Hill West).

Due to a power outage earlier this week, travel has been challenging for our customers and SEPTA apologizes for the inconvenience caused to our passengers, especially those on the Wilmington Line. We are in constant communication with Amtrak officials for updates on repairing these heat-related issues.

Our mission is to provide customers with updated information as soon as it is available, so that they can plan travel accordingly.

Please contact Customer Service at 215-580-7800 for any service questions or comments.

Customer Service 215-580-7800 To get the latest service news, follow Paoli/Thorndale Line @SEPTA_PAO www.septa.org

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Recent Service Delays

Wednesday, July 13, at approximately 1:00 p.m., Amtrak reported that their overhead wires were down on 2 of their 4 main tracks operating south out of William H. Gray III 30th Street Station.

SEPTA trains were not able to operate from Penn Medicine Station onto Amtrak\'s main line resulting in the suspension of our Wilmington/Newark service.

The tracks that experienced the damage were the 2 outbound tracks where SEPTA and Amtrak run between Philadelphia and Marcus Hook.

SEPTA began to operate some trains from the lower level of William H. Gray III 30th Street Station. However, due to damage to the outbound overhead wire, the trains were forced to run express service to Marcus Hook, leaving service suspended between Penn Medicine and Highland Avenue Stations.

Amtrak personnel worked throughout the night and eventually restored service at 5:22 a.m., Thursday morning. Service resumed with outbound train 9213 and inbound train 2500. The restoration was short-lived however, as at 6:34 a.m., Amtrak reported that their computerized dispatching system went offline, leaving them without the ability to move trains on their railroad.

This affected SEPTA\'S Wilmington, Airport, Chestnut Hill West and Trenton lines. Amtrak could not get the system to immediately reboot, and this caused additional significant delays (Up to 45 minutes) on all SEPTA trains that operate on shared tracks with Amtrak (Wilmington, Paoli, Trenton, Chestnut Hill West).

Due to a power outage earlier this week, travel has been challenging for our customers and SEPTA apologizes for the inconvenience caused to our passengers, especially those on the Wilmington Line. We are in constant communication with Amtrak officials for updates on repairing these heat-related issues.

Our mission is to provide customers with updated information as soon as it is available, so that they can plan travel accordingly.

Please contact Customer Service at 215-580-7800 for any service questions or comments.

Customer Service 215-580-7800 To get the latest service news, follow Trenton Line @SEPTA_TRE www.septa.org

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CHESTER TRANSPORTATION CENTER OUTBOUND ELEVATOR INOPERABLE

June 8, 2022 - Until Further Notice

Due to maintenance repairs at Chester Transportation Center the OUTBOUND ELEVATOR (towards Wilmington) WILL BE OUT OF SERVICE on dates and times listed above.

ADA Travel wishing to board or disembark at Chester TC please call 1-855-442-8695 prior to boarding in Center City.

Customer Service 215-580-7800 To get the latest service news, follow Wilmington Line @SEPTA_WIL www.septa.org

Southwest Connection Improvement Program (SCIP)

Saturday, July 9 - Friday, August 19, 2022

The Southwest Connection Improvement Program will rebuild the mainline infrastructure on the Media/Elwyn Line between 30th Street Station, just below Penn Medicine Station

Installing new high-speed switches and returning the track to operation is a complex effort. We are working to minimize the impact of this project for the greatest possible number of customers and residents by working weekends in July and August, and the week of August 15-19. Special Regional Rail construction timetables will be in effect for the Media/Elwyn, Wilmington/Newark, Airport Lines. While these timetables are in effect, service levels will be adjusted, and trip travel times will increase.

We thank you for your cooperation and greatly appreciate your patience while we continue our work to improve service, safety, and travel reliability for our Regional Rail riders.

Effected Lines:

Customer Service: 215-580-7800

http://septa.org/southwestconnection/

Click Here For Southwest Connection Improvement Program Weekday Schedules

Click Here For Southwest Connection Improvement Program Weekend Schedules

Customer Service 215-580-7800 To get the latest service news, follow Wilmington Line @SEPTA_WIL www.septa.org

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