Amtrak service on the Northeast Corridor will resume Monday morning, according to a statement from the railroad.
"Effective with departures from Philadelphia at 5:53 a.m. (Train 110) and New York City at 5:30 a.m. (Train 111), all Amtrak Acela Express, Northeast Regional and other services resume," the statement read.
SEPTA's Trenton regional rail service, which operates on Amtrak rails, will also resume on Monday, SEPTA officials announced..
"Due to an anticipated reduction in the number of operating tracks, inbound trains (to Center City) will stop at all but North Philadelphia Station. Outbound (to Trenton) trains will stop at all stations except North Philadelphia, Bridesburg and Tacony," according to a news release. "Service to and from these stations is tentatively expected to resume sometime later on Monday."
Riders on both the Trenton Line and the Chestnut Hill East Regional Line should anticipate delays, according to the release.
Service on the West Trenton line will return to its normal schedule.
Amtrak repaired the rails at Frankford Junction in Port Richmond that were severely damaged when Amtrak Train 188 derailed, according to SEPTA.
Service for tens of thousands of commuters on the New York to Philadelphia to Washington, D.C. route was disrupted last week when Amtrak Train 188 derailed at high speed on a curve at Frankford Junction, killing eight people and injuring more than 200 others.