PATCO service resumes in Philadelphia

PATCO is giving facelifts this year to its three most-used stations.
Photo credit Holli Stephens / KYW Newsradio
By KYW Newsradio 1060
PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) -- PATCO service in Philadelphia was restored late Saturday morning after earlier flooding brought trains to a halt.    The Delaware River Port Authority said flooding in one of the tunnels that runs underground in Center City forced PATCO to temporarily suspend service.

PATCO UPDATE: Service in Philadelphia has been restored -- Trains are running and making all stops between 15/16th & Lindenwold. Expect residual delays.@KYWTraffic1060 @KYWNewsradio #KYWTraffic1060 #PATCO

— Traffic on the Twos (@KYWTraffic1060) April 27, 2019

Riders commuting between Camden City Hall and the end of the line in Lindenwold, New Jersey were not affected.

After nearly two hours without trains operating through Philadelphia, PATCO resumed normal service.