Transit Briefs: St. Louis Metro Transit, SEPTA

Written by Marybeth Luczak, Executive Editor
“The record rainfall in the St. Louis region is causing major service disruptions for MetroLink, and we are doing our best to keep to keep passengers moving,” Bi-State Agency’s Metro Transit is reporting on its website. (Photograph Courtesy of Metro Transit)

“The record rainfall in the St. Louis region is causing major service disruptions for MetroLink, and we are doing our best to keep to keep passengers moving,” Bi-State Agency’s Metro Transit is reporting on its website. (Photograph Courtesy of Metro Transit)

At Metro Transit in St. Louis, Mo., major light-rail service disruptions may last for weeks due to damage caused by flash flooding on July 26. Also, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) and Wawa have signed a naming-rights agreement for a new Regional Rail station that will open Aug. 21 as part of a multi-year project to restore rail service 3.5 miles west of Elwyn.

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