Buses to Replace Some SEPTA Weekend Rail Service

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority will shift some overnight weekend rail service to bus service.

The change, which takes effect on Nov. 15, affects rail service on the Market-Frankford and Broad Street lines.

The public transit agency said that workers will be cleaning rail stations during the time periods when buses are replacing rail service.

Full weekend overnight service will still be provided, SEPTA said, noting that it has increased the frequency of its bus routes and buses will stop at all stations along both rail lines. 

SEPTA also said it will enhance midday local service on the Broad Street Line so that trains run at least every seven minutes. 

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