PHILADELPHIA - Traveling after the winter storm? Here are some changes you need to know about:
PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:
The airport activated its 'hospitality program' Thursday night, providing cots and blankets for those who are stranded.
Check flight status with your airline before coming to the airport. Some airlines are waiving fees to change itineraries for travel to/from certain cities. Check with your airline for details if you're scheduled to fly over the next few days. Call 1-800-PHL-Gate to check your flight status.
RAW VIDEO: Winter storm delays at PHL
Due to the winter storm, Regional Rail Trains will operate as follows:
-Regional Rail will operate on a Saturday Schedule.
-Enhanced Wilmington/Newark Line schedule with service to Newark and Churchmans Crossing Stations in the State of Delaware.
-Buses will operate in place of Cynwyd Line Trains
SEPTA will operate regular weekday schedules on all other Transit modes, including the Broad Street Line and Market-Frankford Line (subway/subway-elevated), Buses, Trolleys and the Norristown High Speed Line. CCT Paratransit service will also run full service on Friday. According to officials, the Market-Frankford and Broad Street Lines provide great options for customers to get around the city in severe weather.
For the latest bus service details, check SEPTA's website or @SEPTA_Bus on Twitter.
Patco is operating on a normal schedule Friday
On Friday, January 5, NJ TRANSIT will operate regular weekday service on all modes (bus, rail and light rail services). In order to provide additional travel options for customers, systemwide cross-honoring remains in effect for Friday, January 5 on NJ TRANSIT and private carrier buses, rail and light rail services only.
Access Link service will resume at noon statewide.
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