Amtrak Delayed by Downed Wires
Crews have made progress in repairing downed wires near Trenton that are still causing some delays” on the Northeast Corridor for Amtrak riders.
Three of four tracks on 20 miles of railway between Trenton and northeast Philadelphia are now usable as repairs continue, according to a press release — causing “congestion-related delays” for Amtrak trains on the Northeast Corridor between New York and Washington D.C.
SEPTA has restored service between Trenton and Philadelphia according to their website.
Amtrak expects the delays to remain for the rest of the day.
NJ Transit is unaffected by the problem.