GET OUT THE VOTE: Subways running in Philadelphia after agreement.

SEPTA reached a tentative-five year deal with the union representing about 4,700 workers earlier Monday morning. Workers have been on strike since Tuesday.

However, service will be gradually phased in throughout the day Monday.

Heavy traffic still clogged streets during the morning rush and commuters faced regional rail delays despite the settlement.

SEPTA expects to have service on subways, buses, and trolleys fully restored in time for Tuesday’s election.