MARC trains are operating on delays Wednesday morning due to frozen switches, according to the Maryland Transit Administration.
People who decide to venture out in the Baltimore-Washington region can expect headaches if they want to use public transportation.
A pedestrian was struck and killed by a train shortly after 1:30 a.m. near the Germantown MARC station.
Commuters on the MARC Penn Line train can expect delays between West Baltimore and Baltimore Penn Station due to unscheduled, emergency Amtrak track work.
Service on MARC’s Camden Line was suspended for several hours after a man was struck and killed by a southbound train just south of the Muirkirk station in Beltsville.
Two Maryland Area Regional Commuter reopened Wednesday after closing because of downed power lines.
Amtrak says it’s now providing limited service from Washington to Philadelphia and Wilmington, Delaware.
For the third day in a row some MARC and VRE customers can expect delays this afternoon because of high heat.
Some MARC and VRE customers can expect delays this afternoon because of high heat.
Speed restrictions have been issued for MARC’s Camden and Brunswick Lines because of the sweltering heat.