PHILADELPHIA (WTXF) - Part of a SEPTA Regional Rail line is back up and running after being completely shut down due to power issues.
Earlier Monday, all passengers on the Lansdale/Doylestown line had to find another way to get where they were going.
FOX 29's Bob Kelly reported all service on the line had been suspended due to power issues.
Now, SEPTA says service has been restored up to Lansdale.
Still, service remains suspended between Lansdale and Doylestown until further notice.
ALTERNATES for SEPTA POWER ISSUES pic.twitter.com/u0daDdnP9b— Bob Kelly (@bobkellytraffic) October 31, 2016