If you depend on SEPTA to get around, there is good news this morning. You can get the latest details here. That would mean no buses or trolleys, either in the city or suburbs. It also means the Market-Frankford El would be out of the loop. While the regional rails would continue to run, they would undoubtedly be packed, kind of like the way they are when the Phillies hold that rarest of event, a World Series parade. There will be no parade today. Unfortunately, there also will be no Phillies home opener. Team officials took a look at the forecast for this afternoon, with rain likely, and decided to postpone the opener until tomorrow. That's why they schedule that off day in there anyhow. In the meantime, talks between SEPTA and the unions are expected to continue today. After several days of upbeat reports, things took a turn for the worse on Sunday. There is no guarantee that the system still will not be shut down by a labor shortage.