Winter Storm Suspends VRE, Some Metro Trains and Buses
WASHINGTON (CBSDC/AP) — Metro is operating a regular weekday schedule on Metrorail, but some commuter bus routes are being cancelled due to the winter storm.
The agency says minor delays are possible as crews work to clear snow and ice.
Metro says Major bus routes in the District of Columbia will begin with normal service on Wednesday. But the transit agency says all bus service will likely be reduced or possibly suspended as conditions deteriorate.
MetroAccess para-transit service is cancelled for Wednesday.
On MARC trains in Maryland, some trains are departing Wednesday morning on the Penn Line. The Camden Line is operating on an “S” schedule. And Brunswick Line service has been cancelled for Wednesday.
In Virginia, all VRE commuter train service has been cancelled for Wednesday.
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