PHILADELPHIA — SEPTA riders in Pennsylvania and New Jersey are getting back on track following Amtrak wire problems.

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority says service has resumed Tuesday on the Chestnut West Line after it was suspended.

Meanwhile, outbound service to Trenton on SEPTA’s Trenton Line is operating with delays due to the wire problems.

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