Big Snow Day in Philadelphia

The winter storm dumped of heavy snow. Philadelphia and the surrounding region has departed.

Most schools are closed, including Philadelphia public and Catholic schools.

Driving conditions vary from place to place. A number of tractor trailers are reported to be stuck along Interstates throughout the region.

All SEPTA bus routes are suspended until further notice with the exception of Routes 95, Route 99 (limited service between Norristown and King of Prussia).

103 and 310 Norristown High Speed Line service has resumed on the entire line, running local service only every 15 minutes. Market-Frankford and Broad Street Lines are operating on or close to schedule. Trolley Route 15 is suspended; Routes 10, 11, 13, 34, 36 101 and 102 are operating. Regional Rail passengers may experience delays of up to 30 minutes. CCT is operating for dialysis patients only.

Hundred of flights in the airport have been canceled. Сall 1-800-745-4283 for the latest information.

NJ Transit bus service suspended until further notice. River Line is operating on Sunday schedules; trains every 30 minutes. Atlantic City Rail Line service is suspended in both directions between Philadelphia and Cherry Hill because the Delaware River Bridge is stuck open. Other rail passengers should expect cancellations and delays of up to 30 minutes on all lines.

A snow emergency remains in effect in Philadelphia. The 311 line is operating around the clock.

New Jersey State Government offices are opening two hours late.

Photo by flickr.com/photos/katiekruyer
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