SEPTA says all trains on Regional Rail lines will follow regular weekday schedules on Wednesday morning after disruptions caused by Hurricane Sandy.
The announcement comes after SEPTA placed most buses, trolleys and the Market-Frankford, Broad Street and Norristown High Speed lines back into service Tuesday at noon.
SEPTA says the services will continue on regular weekday schedules for the start of service Wednesday morning, with the exception of a few bus routes that can't run due to road conditions.
Several additional bus routes may continue to be detoured.
You can check SEPTA's system-wide status on its website.
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