Is the current septa covid financial crisis the final nail in the coffin for pccs's to ever return to the tracks on Girard Ave?Or for that matter to Philadelphia? A recent article in Trains Magazine had an interesting interview with Leslie Richards about steering the agency through COVID. Septa is in the process of identifying $250 million worth of capital projects that will not be funded moving forward. I was surprised that there was no mention of anything specific about rail service because after all its trains magazine. Would it be possible to contract out regional rail and trolley operations to Keolis or Herzog, like other transit agencies do? Maybe that would keep the chances of the subway surface lines and route 15 from becoming permanently a bus?