SEPTA digs out of Jonas snowfall

Sam Newhouse

Winter storm Jonas left Philly buried under as much as two feet of snow Sunday, and that means many SEPTA operations are still significantly reduced today, with some not expected to return until Monday.

All Regional Rail service remains canceled as it has been since 4 a.m. Saturday, when SEPTA canceled service for 24 hours during heavy snowfall.

SEPTA is working with Amtrak to clear switches and tracks, according to SEPTA. They expect service to begin again “with delays” on Monday morning.

City buses are being restored route by route Sunday, with certain routes lined up to be the first ones open.

Those buses include: 14, 18, 21, 33, 42, 52, 56, 58, 59, 60, 66, 93, 99, 104, 108, 109, 110, 113, 124 and 125.

The Market-Frankford Line, Broad Street Line, and trolleys are running.

City and suburban trolley are running.

CCT Paratransit is only running for dialysis patients.

The Norristown High Speed Line is suspended, and expected to reopen Monday.

The tools SEPTA is employing to remove snow include a jet engine being rode on the Norristown High Speed Line rails between 69th Street and Bryn Mawr.

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