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Monday Service Affected

After Cracks Found In SEPTA Market-Frankford Line Cars

February 5, 2017 5:24 PM

Filed Under: Market-Frankford Line

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS)  Riders will have their commute affected Monday after cracks

were found in SEPTAs Market-Frankford Line cars. Two SEPTA Market Frankford

cars have been taken out of service this weekend after cracks were found.

 

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Beginning Monday morning, between 30-40 more will be removed, SEPTA officials

tell us this is for safety reasons.

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SEPTA officials say about one-third of its fleet will be taken out of service

Monday.

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SEPTA will hold a press conference updating the situation Monday at 1:00 p.m.

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SEPTAs Carla Showell-Lee said they are working to make this inconvenience as

smooth as possible for riders.

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People should know that the Market Frankford Line trains will continue to

operate between 69th Street Transportation Center and the Frankford

Transportation Center, she said. Were gonna have shuttle buses, about 60 out

there between the peak hours of 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. and then 3 p.m. until 7 p.m.

at select stations.

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Market-Frankford Line

SERVICE ADVISORY | Market Frankford Line – Supplemental Bus Service:

Adjustments to the Market Frankford Line will be in effect beginning

Monday, February 6, 2017. Visit the Market Frankford Line Supplemental Bus

Service page for additional information

The Market-Frankford Line runs as Night Owl bus service between the hours

of 12:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. Sunday through Thursday. Board buses on street

level at designated Market-Frankford Line Night Owl bus stops.

Effective Monday, February 6, 2017

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A crack in a body bolster (a main load carrying structural beam) was

uncovered this weekend on one Market Frankford Line car undergoing a

scheduled vehicle overhaul. Subsequent inspections revealed an additional

car with a crack. In the interest of safety, we took a proactive measure

to temporarily pull from service some of the fleet that have indications

of a crack. All Market Frankford Line trains currently in service and

those that will be in operation on Monday have been inspected. Having

taken this step, adjustments to Market Frankford Line service will be made

beginning with Monday, February 6, 2017.

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Market Frankford Line trains will continue in operation between 69th

Street Transportation Center and Frankford Transportation Center and will

make stops but we will be 30-40 cars short of the 144 needed to run

regular, weekday peak hour service levels.

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During AM and PM peak travel hours we anticipate the trains and platforms

will become very crowded. To ensure the safety of customers we will

supplement Market Frankford service with shuttle buses, serving select

stations, during the AM Peak – 6:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. and PM Peak – 3:00

p.m. – 7:00 p.m. (see details below).

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SEPTA will have personnel at each station, during the hours noted above,

monitoring crowding conditions. They will determine if customers can be

directed to the train platform or to the shuttle bus but we ask you to be

prepared to use a shuttle bus if you are traveling from one of the

stations noted below.

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This remains a fluid situation and we will continue to keep you updated on

any service changes and the work to return cars to the fleet.

General Service Information

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A & B stop service will be suspended

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If you are directed to the Supplemental Shuttle Bus during AM/PM peak

travel times, please board at the designed Market Frankford Line Owl Bus

stop for that station

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Midday and Evening service will operate as scheduled

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Owl Bus Service will operate as scheduled

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For some customers traveling to/from Center City and West Philadelphia,

SEPTA Trolley service may be an alternate option for travel

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TRANSPORTATION: SUBWAY :
UNITED STATES: CITIES: PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA :
SEPTA MARKET FRANKFORD LINE:
Monday Service Affected After Cracks Found In SEPTA Market-Frankford Line Cars
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Monday Service Affected
After Cracks Found In SEPTA Market-Frankford Line Cars
February 5, 2017 5:24 PM
Filed Under: Market-Frankford Line
CBS Local
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OR
PHILADELPHIA (CBS)  Riders will have their commute affected Monday after cracks
were found in SEPTAs Market-Frankford Line cars. Two SEPTA Market Frankford
cars have been taken out of service this weekend after cracks were found.
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Beginning Monday morning, between 30-40 more will be removed, SEPTA officials
tell us this is for safety reasons.
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SEPTA officials say about one-third of its fleet will be taken out of service
Monday.
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SEPTA will hold a press conference updating the situation Monday at 1:00 p.m.
.
SEPTAs Carla Showell-Lee said they are working to make this inconvenience as
smooth as possible for riders.
.
People should know that the Market Frankford Line trains will continue to
operate between 69th Street Transportation Center and the Frankford
Transportation Center, she said. Were gonna have shuttle buses, about 60 out
there between the peak hours of 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. and then 3 p.m. until 7 p.m.
at select stations.
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The complete article may be read at the URL above.
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instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=market+frankford+line
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SEPTA TRANSPORTATION ALERT
Market-Frankford Line
SERVICE ADVISORY | Market Frankford Line – Supplemental Bus Service:
Adjustments to the Market Frankford Line will be in effect beginning
Monday, February 6, 2017. Visit the Market Frankford Line Supplemental Bus
Service page for additional information
The Market-Frankford Line runs as Night Owl bus service between the hours
of 12:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. Sunday through Thursday. Board buses on street
level at designated Market-Frankford Line Night Owl bus stops.
Effective Monday, February 6, 2017
.
A crack in a body bolster (a main load carrying structural beam) was
uncovered this weekend on one Market Frankford Line car undergoing a
scheduled vehicle overhaul. Subsequent inspections revealed an additional
car with a crack. In the interest of safety, we took a proactive measure
to temporarily pull from service some of the fleet that have indications
of a crack. All Market Frankford Line trains currently in service and
those that will be in operation on Monday have been inspected. Having
taken this step, adjustments to Market Frankford Line service will be made
beginning with Monday, February 6, 2017.
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Market Frankford Line trains will continue in operation between 69th
Street Transportation Center and Frankford Transportation Center and will
make stops but we will be 30-40 cars short of the 144 needed to run
regular, weekday peak hour service levels.
.
During AM and PM peak travel hours we anticipate the trains and platforms
will become very crowded. To ensure the safety of customers we will
supplement Market Frankford service with shuttle buses, serving select
stations, during the AM Peak – 6:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. and PM Peak – 3:00
p.m. – 7:00 p.m. (see details below).
.
SEPTA will have personnel at each station, during the hours noted above,
monitoring crowding conditions. They will determine if customers can be
directed to the train platform or to the shuttle bus but we ask you to be
prepared to use a shuttle bus if you are traveling from one of the
stations noted below.
.
This remains a fluid situation and we will continue to keep you updated on
any service changes and the work to return cars to the fleet.
General Service Information
.
A & B stop service will be suspended
.
If you are directed to the Supplemental Shuttle Bus during AM/PM peak
travel times, please board at the designed Market Frankford Line Owl Bus
stop for that station
.
Midday and Evening service will operate as scheduled
.
Owl Bus Service will operate as scheduled
.
For some customers traveling to/from Center City and West Philadelphia,
SEPTA Trolley service may be an alternate option for travel
.

Market Frankford Line – Supplemental Bus Service      http://www.septa.org/mfl/supplemental-service.html

Effective Monday, February 6, 2017

A crack in a body bolster (a main load carrying structural beam) was uncovered this weekend on one Market Frankford Line car undergoing a scheduled vehicle overhaul. Subsequent inspections revealed an additional car with a crack. In the interest of safety, we took a proactive measure to temporarily pull from service some of the fleet that have indications of a crack. All Market Frankford Line trains currently in service and those that will be in operation on Monday have been inspected. Having taken this step, adjustments to Market Frankford Line service will be made beginning with Monday, February 6, 2017.

Market Frankford Line trains will continue in operation between 69th Street Transportation Center and Frankford Transportation Center and will make stops but we will be 30-40 cars short of the 144 needed to run regular, weekday peak hour service levels.

During AM and PM peak travel hours we anticipate the trains and platforms will become very crowded. To ensure the safety of customers we will supplement Market Frankford service with shuttle buses, serving select stations, during the AM Peak – 6:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. and PM Peak – 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. (see details below).

SEPTA will have personnel at each station, during the hours noted above, monitoring crowding conditions. They will determine if customers can be directed to the train platform or to the shuttle bus but we ask you to be prepared to use a shuttle bus if you are traveling from one of the stations noted below.

This remains a fluid situation and we will continue to keep you updated on any service changes and the work to return cars to the fleet.

General Service Information

  • A & B stop service will be suspended
  • If you are directed to the Supplemental Shuttle Bus during AM/PM peak travel times, please board at the designed Market Frankford Line Owl Bus stop for that station
  • Midday and Evening service will operate as scheduled
  • Owl Bus Service will operate as scheduled
  • For some customers traveling to/from Center City and West Philadelphia, SEPTA Trolley service may be an alternate option for travel

Travel from 69th Street Transportation Center
AM Service – 6:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.

  • Regular service will operate, making all stops, beginning with the first train leaving at 4:45 a.m. until 6:00 a.m.
  • Beginning at 6:00 a.m., Market Frankford trains will continue operation from 69th Street TC and will make stops at Millbourne, 63rd Street, 60th Street, & 56th Street. Customers getting on at these stops will be able get off at their regular stop anywhere along the Market Frankford Line
  • Supplemental Shuttle Bus service will begin operation at 52nd Street and will make stops at 46th Street, 40th Street, 34th Street, 30th Street, & 15th Street, as needed due to crowding on trains and the station platforms. Any customer using the shuttle bus, traveling to a station east of 15th Street, will transfer to the Market Frankford Line at 15th Street for continuing travel

Travel towards 69th Street Transportation Center
PM Service – 3:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

  • Customers can board westbound Market Frankford Line trains, heading towards 69th Street, at all stops before 30th Street
  • Supplemental Shuttle Bus service will begin operation at 30th Street, as needed due to crowding on trains and the station platforms, and will make all stops at 34th Street, 40th Street, 46th Street, 52nd Street, 56th Street, 60th Street, 63rd Street, 63rd Street, & 69th Street

Travel from Frankford Transportation Center
AM Service – 6:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.

    • Regular service will operate, making all stops, beginning with the first train leaving at 4:36 a.m. until 6:00 a.m.
    • Beginning at 6:00 a.m. Market Frankford train service will continue operation from FTC and make stops at Arrott Transportation Center, Church Street, Erie-Torresdale, Tioga, Allegheny, Somerset, Huntingdon, York-Dauphin, and Berks. Customers getting on at these stops will be able get off at their regular stop anywhere along the Market Frankford Line
  • Supplemental Shuttle Bus service will begin operation at Girard and will make stops at Spring Garden, 2nd Street, 5th St/Independence Hall, 8th Street, 11th Street, 13th Street, & 15th Street, as needed due to crowding on trains and the station platforms. Any customer using the shuttle bus, traveling to a station west of 15th Street, will transfer to the Market Frankford Line at 15th Street for continuing travel

Travel towards Frankford Transportation Center
PM Service – 3:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

    • Customers can board eastbound Market Frankford Line trains, heading towards FTC, at all stops before 5th Street
  • Supplemental Shuttle Bus service will begin operation at 5th St/Independence Hall and will make all stops at 2nd Street, Spring Garden, Girard, Berks, York-Dauphin, Huntingdon, Somerset, Allegheny, Tioga, Erie-Torresdale, Church Street, Arrott Transportation Center, & FTC, as needed due to crowding on trains and the station platforms.
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Market Frankford Line – Supplemental Bus Service      http://www.septa.org/mfl/supplemental-service.html

Effective Monday, February 6, 2017

A crack in a body bolster (a main load carrying structural beam) was uncovered this weekend on one Market Frankford Line car undergoing a scheduled vehicle overhaul. Subsequent inspections revealed an additional car with a crack. In the interest of safety, we took a proactive measure to temporarily pull from service some of the fleet that have indications of a crack. All Market Frankford Line trains currently in service and those that will be in operation on Monday have been inspected. Having taken this step, adjustments to Market Frankford Line service will be made beginning with Monday, February 6, 2017.

Market Frankford Line trains will continue in operation between 69th Street Transportation Center and Frankford Transportation Center and will make stops but we will be 30-40 cars short of the 144 needed to run regular, weekday peak hour service levels.
During AM and PM peak travel hours we anticipate the trains and platforms will become very crowded. To ensure the safety of customers we will supplement Market Frankford service with shuttle buses, serving select stations, during the AM Peak – 6:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. and PM Peak – 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. (see details below).

SEPTA will have personnel at each station, during the hours noted above, monitoring crowding conditions. They will determine if customers can be directed to the train platform or to the shuttle bus but we ask you to be prepared to use a shuttle bus if you are traveling from one of the stations noted below.

This remains a fluid situation and we will continue to keep you updated on any service changes and the work to return cars to the fleet.

General Service Information

  • A & B stop service will be suspended
  • If you are directed to the Supplemental Shuttle Bus during AM/PM peak travel times, please board at the designed Market Frankford Line Owl Bus stop for that station
  • Midday and Evening service will operate as scheduled
  • Owl Bus Service will operate as scheduled
  • For some customers traveling to/from Center City and West Philadelphia, SEPTA Trolley service may be an alternate option for travel

Travel from 69th Street Transportation Center
AM Service – 6:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.

  • Regular service will operate, making all stops, beginning with the first train leaving at 4:45 a.m. until 6:00 a.m.
  • Beginning at 6:00 a.m., Market Frankford trains will continue operation from 69th Street TC and will make stops at Millbourne, 63rd Street, 60th Street, & 56th Street. Customers getting on at these stops will be able get off at their regular stop anywhere along the Market Frankford Line
  • Supplemental Shuttle Bus service will begin operation at 52nd Street and will make stops at 46th Street, 40th Street, 34th Street, 30th Street, & 15th Street, as needed due to crowding on trains and the station platforms. Any customer using the shuttle bus, traveling to a station east of 15th Street, will transfer to the Market Frankford Line at 15th Street for continuing travel

Travel towards 69th Street Transportation Center
PM Service – 3:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

  • Customers can board westbound Market Frankford Line trains, heading towards 69th Street, at all stops before 30th Street
  • Supplemental Shuttle Bus service will begin operation at 30th Street, as needed due to crowding on trains and the station platforms, and will make all stops at 34th Street, 40th Street, 46th Street, 52nd Street, 56th Street, 60th Street, 63rd Street, 63rd Street, & 69th Street

Travel from Frankford Transportation Center
AM Service – 6:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.

    • Regular service will operate, making all stops, beginning with the first train leaving at 4:36 a.m. until 6:00 a.m.
    • Beginning at 6:00 a.m. Market Frankford train service will continue operation from FTC and make stops at Arrott Transportation Center, Church Street, Erie-Torresdale, Tioga, Allegheny, Somerset, Huntingdon, York-Dauphin, and Berks. Customers getting on at these stops will be able get off at their regular stop anywhere along the Market Frankford Line
  • Supplemental Shuttle Bus service will begin operation at Girard and will make stops at Spring Garden, 2nd Street, 5th St/Independence Hall, 8th Street, 11th Street, 13th Street, & 15th Street, as needed due to crowding on trains and the station platforms. Any customer using the shuttle bus, traveling to a station west of 15th Street, will transfer to the Market Frankford Line at 15th Street for continuing travel

Travel towards Frankford Transportation Center
PM Service – 3:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

    • Customers can board eastbound Market Frankford Line trains, heading towards FTC, at all stops before 5th Street
  • Supplemental Shuttle Bus service will begin operation at 5th St/Independence Hall and will make all stops at 2nd Street, Spring Garden, Girard, Berks, York-Dauphin, Huntingdon, Somerset, Allegheny, Tioga, Erie-Torresdale, Church Street, Arrott Transportation Center, & FTC, as needed due to crowding on trains and the station platforms.

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TRANSPORTATION: SUBWAY : UNITED STATES: CITIES: PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA : SEPTA MARKET FRANKFORD LINE: Monday Service Affected After Cracks Found In SEPTA Market-Frankford Line Cars

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