PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- PATCO has resumed normal service after power problems forced the closure of several stations in Philadelphia on Tuesday afternoon.
The regional rail carrier says a fault in a power line provided by SEPTA required emergency repairs at the stations along Locust Street.
The work was completed in time for the 4:12 p.m. EB out of 15th/16th and Locust to depart.
"We sincerely appreciate your patience during this service disruption. Thanks for riding!" PATCO said in a tweet.
PATCO carried just under 11 million passengers in 2017, an average of about 39,000 per weekday.
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PATCO resumes normal service after earlier power problems