The Daily Numbers for Wednesday, July 6

The Daily Numbers: 2, as in Day 2 of the great SEPTA regional rail slowdown. Transit officials say today could be even worse than yesterday because more people are expected to try to access the system returning to work after the long holiday weekend.

120 Silverliner V trains taken out of service by SEPTA on its regional rail lines.

788 trains that normally run on the system during the day.

560, how many it ran yesterday.

65,000 people who use regional rails every day to get into the city.

35-40,000 tops who will be able to use the system in its reduced state.

10 inch crack in a key stabilizer bar that forced SEPTA to pull the cars.

274 million dollars, how much SEPTA paid Hyundai Rotem for the fleet back in 2006.

1,600 extra parking spots at the Naval Hospital in South Philly for those who are opting to drive there and try to use the subway.

213 acre Don Guanella site in Marple Township that GOP Pa. House hopeful Alex Charlton wants the archdiocese to donate to be preserved as open space.

2.3 percent tax hike on tap in the $101 million school budget OK’d in Garnet Valley.

1st Hillary Clinton campaign office set to open tonight in Clifton Heights.

2 Clinton offices across the state.

1 person shot and killed in Chester on the night of July 4.

3 kids found in car of man charged with DUI in Upper Darby.

6 strikeouts and 0 walks for Phillies pitcher Zach Eflin, who pitched a complete game gem vs. Braves last night.

92 pitches, all Eflin needed.

5-1 win for the Phils.

8-2 mark for the Phils in their last 10 games.

4 home runs last night.

3 straight games with homers for Maikel Franco.

14 game hitting streak for Peter Bourjos, who also homered.

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Zach Eflin certainly seems to have recovered from that shaky first outing. Since then his ERA is 2.03

I Don’t Get It: A guy faces a DUI charge in Upper Darby. He had 3 young kids in the car with him at the time. I don’t get it.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to SEPTA commuters who kept their cool on Day 1 of the regional rail slowdown. It likely will get worse today.

Quote Box: “It’s messing up our whole routine.”

- SEPTA rider at Swarthmore station, on yesterday’s delays.