TRENTON - SEPTA riders will be able to ride from Trenton on Monday after service was suspended all day on Sunday.

Repairs to an Amtrak wire issue are not yet complete but service will be back on the Trenton line with delays, according to SEPTA spokeswoman Kristin Mestre-Velez.

Amtrak operates and maintains the Northeast Corridor rails between Washington and Boston. Spokesman Mike Tolbert said in an email "Repairs are ongoing due to downed wire east of Shore interlocking on track 1."

The Trenton Transit Center is a key connection point for NJ Transit riders who wish to continue their trip into Philadelphia via Amtrak or SEPTA. The River Line also begins in Trenton.

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com.

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