October 31, 2016
SEPTA was forced to suspend service Monday along one of its Regional Rail lines, causing headaches for riders during the early morning commute.
The transit agency announced at 6:48 a.m. that power problems forced the Doylestown line out of service until further notice.
Doylestown: Service is suspended until further notice. Alternate service suggestions are available online.— SEPTA (@SEPTA_DOY) October 31, 2016
The issues had already caused numerous delays along the line that connects Bucks County with Center City Philadelphia.
SEPTA officials said that workers are currently attempting to resolve the problem.
At 9:38 a.m., SEPTA announced that service has been restored on a limited basis. Trains will operate from Center City to Link Belt.
Doylestown: Train #3542 will operate to Lansdale. Service is suspended between Link Belt and Doylestown.— SEPTA (@SEPTA_DOY) October 31, 2016
Service remains suspended between Link Belt and Doylestown Stations.