Metro Warns Winter Storm May Affect Service

WASHINGTON (AP) — Metro says rail and bus service will start the day as usual, but that may change as a winter storm moves into the region.

Metro has canceled Metro Access paratransit services all day Tuesday due to the storm.

The transit agency says weather conditions may cause bus service to be delayed, detoured or suspended and trains may run less frequently. Metro says it will give at least three hours’ notice before suspending service.

The Maryland Transit Administration says MARC Penn line trains are operating on an “S” schedule and service is canceled on the Camden and Brunswick lines. MTA’s commuter bus service is canceled, except for Route 201.

Virginia Rail Express is also operating on an “S” schedule.

(Copyright 2013 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


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