By now, you've heard or experienced first-hand the hell that SEPTA's going through after discovering structural flaws in its Regional Rail cars, and subsequently putting a moratorium on one-third of its fleet.
That equates to a near 13,000-seat deficit. SEPTA will operate on its modified Saturday schedule starting Monday and running through, well, the foreseeable future. Extra lines on the Market Frankford and Broad Street lines will hopefully offset overcrowding, but for the Regional Rail's 132,000 average daily riders, that won't be much help.
So what happens when you combine rush-hour commuters in Philly with a perennially disappointing transit service? Hilarious tweets, of course.
Some didn't hold back, using #SEPTApocalypse (and numerous expletives) to convey just how dramatic the situation has become: