As southeastern Pennsylvania slowly reopens, SEPTA will be resuming service on the West Trenton Line beginning Monday.
The change comes two months after SEPTA suspended service in early April. However, the line will still be operating on a less frequent basis than before the pandemic.
The West Trenton Line will follow the Lifeline Schedule beginning June 15. This involves trains running every two hours. A schedule is available here.
SEPTA Chief Press Officer Andrew Busch made the announcement late Friday afternoon.
“With these services returning for the first time in two months, SEPTA is urging all customers, as well as pedestrians and motorists who use walkways and roads that cross the tracks, to be aware that trains will be operating. Please use caution whenever you are around railroad tracks.”
In Lower Bucks, the West Trenton Line passes through the following stations:
- Neshaminy Falls
As the line resumes service, 30th Street Station will be the last stop in Center City. More information on SEPTA during the pandemic is available here: http://septa.org/covid-19/