Downed trees and wires on PATCO train tracks have forced the closure of two stations.
There will be no service at the Ashland or Lindenwold stations.
There is, however, a New Jersey Transit bus shuttle taking riders from these stations to Woodcrest.
In addition, PATCO says it will operate between Woodcrest Station and 15/16th & Locust Street with a limited schedule until further notice.
All trains will be local and run every 10-15 minutes.
⚠️ SERVICE UPDATE FOR 7/23 ⚠️— PATCO (@RidePATCO) July 23, 2019
Crews continue their work to repair power lines and damaged pole. There is no ETA for resumption of full service. We will provide updates on social media, text alerts, etc. when they become available.
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On NJ Transit, the Atlantic City Rail Line is not running between Cherry Hill and Lindenwold.
Atlantic City Rail service is suspended in both directions between Lindenwold and Cherry Hill due to a downed tree across the tracks near Lindenwold.— NJ TRANSIT (@NJTRANSIT) July 23, 2019
NJ TRANSIT rail tickets and passes are being accepted by NJ TRANSIT bus between Lindenwold and Atlantic City.
The River Line is shuttle busing because of storm damage.
The River Line is operating a 30 minute schedule due signal power problems from Trenton to Beverly/Edgewater Park. Service is suspended between the Walter Rand Transportation Center and Waterfront Entertainment Complex due to flooding. Substitute bus service is in place.— NJ TRANSIT (@NJTRANSIT) July 23, 2019
SEPTA's Route 101 and 102 trolleys were shuttle busing, but have since resumed normal operations.
The Airport Line was shuttle busing due to construction.
The Media/Elwyn Line riders experienced up to a half hour delays because of power problems.
Elwyn: Train #3306 going to 49th St is operating 41 minutes late. Last at Media.— SEPTA (@SEPTA_ELW) July 23, 2019