Philadelphia, Andrew Bush, Girard discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

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Five degrees will get up to seventy three today you're listening to in one of the news radio ten sixty for for those who live here we see it all over the all over the world we still do not just the spending all bus trolley and subway service women's center city Philadelphia this at the request to city officials because of the demonstrations with more accurate abuse mark Abrams said the whole the service within city borders the boxes police have labeled it with all bus service suspended south Vine Street north of South Street and east west river to river sept is Andrew bush at this point we expect that it will be in effect for a good part of the day if not the entire day he said trolley routes will be limited to service to and from thirtieth street with service still continuing into the neighborhoods in west and southwest Philadelphia the market Frankford line will continue to operate with service on the west end of the line running between thirtieth street and sixty ninth street east and will continue running between Girard and Frankford transportation center the Broad Street subway will only operate between fern rock transportation center in Girard station on the north side and between Ellsworth federal and energy stations on the south bush says access to limited regional rail service will still be available at both suburban and Jefferson stations were sept the police will limit access only to writers Marc Abrams KYW newsradio fire officials say they've had to fight around three hundred fire since the unrest started on Saturday here's commodities two minutes early in the morning several businesses here at broad and shoe of crossing the only transportation center went up in flames with thick black smoke filling the air was this connected to looting fire commissioner.

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