Wire problems that caused big delays throughout SEPTA's Regional Rail system Wednesday have been resolved.

The transit agency said at about 12:30 p.m. that the overhead wire issues near Jenkintown that led to delays all morning have been fixed and normal service was resuming.

Some continued delays may occur as regular service is restored.

Wire problems in that area have been troublesome for SEPTA in the past. In December, a wire that came down on a train near the Jenkintown Station caused massive delays that rippled throughout the Regional Rail system, crippling trains for hours.

Information about delays for specific trains and lines is on the agency's website and Twitter feed.