- Associated Press - Sunday, January 24, 2016

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The city of Philadelphia may have just had its fourth-biggest snowstorm ever, but Mayor Jim Kenney vows that “the city will be open for business tomorrow.”

The mayor and city officials told reporters Sunday that crews were working clear snow and reopen transportation lines but warned residents to expect some delays.

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority said major city subway lines remained open and city trolleys are up and running with delays. Suburban routes are also returning to service but they are still working on the Norristown high speed line and regional rail lines.

City officials said more than 150 cars were removed from snow emergency routes during the storm, and they are asking people to quickly move cars abandoned in the street during the storm.

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