SEPTA WILL experiment with restoring all-night subway service on weekends this summer, officials said yesterday.
The service will run on Fridays and Saturdays on the Broad Street Line and the Market-Frankford Line, said Kristin Geiger, a SEPTA spokeswoman.
She said the restoration of all-night subways - replaced several years ago with buses in a cost-saving move - is a test. If successful, it would continue after Labor Day.
The all-night service - which launches in mid-June - is actually part of SEPTA's proposed operating budget, which will start on July 1, Geiger said.