PHILADELPHIA (WTXF) - As people across the Delaware Valley try to make their way back to work and school Thursday morning after Wednesday's nor'easter, mass transit began returning to normal, while main roads were cleared overnight.
SETPA's Regional Rail lines returned to a normal weekday schedule Thursday morning, though the Trenton line could see some delays due to overhead work.
As many as 13 SEPTA bus routes were suspended due to the road conditions. Trolley and subway lines were operating at a close to normal schedule.
All SEPTA customers are urged to check www.septa.org
Meanwhile, on the highways, major roads have been mostly cleared, but FOX 29's Bob Kelly reports on and off ramps may still have some lingering slush that could cause problems for folks who aren't watching their speed heading into the curves.
I-95 and I-476 were both experiencing moderate delays due to some scattered accidents and related lane closures.
Secondary roads remain messy in most of the area as slush causes problems for motorists venturing out Thursday morning.
Wednesday night, Amtrak announced service between New York and Boston had been suspended temporarily, and service has not yet resumed.