Severe weather is delaying train service between Baltimore and Washington.
Amtrak and MARC’s Penn Line have resumed full service between Baltimore and Washington, D.C., after downed wires caused travel to be suspended.
Officials are warning commuters who use MARC’s Camden line to expect delays after a freight train derailment over the weekend.
The Maryland Transit Administration says service on a portion of the MARC Penn Line has been suspended due to a power outage.
MARC trains on the Penn Line from Perryville to Washington are experiencing delays of 30 minutes to an hour because of signal issues.
The Maryland Transit Administration says MARC trains have set a ridership record.
The Maryland Transit Administration is warning travelers to expect delays on MARC’s Penn Line train due to Hurricane Irene.
The Maryland Transit Administration says the heat has caused electrical lines to sag and has forced single-track operations on the Penn Line between Washington and New Carrollton.
After months of criticism over stalled, late and sweltering trains, the MTA is following a new schedule, all aimed at improving your ride.
Maryland transit officials plan to overhaul the schedule of the heavily used MARC Penn Line in a bid to ease crowding and reduce stress on train engines.
The Maryland Transit Administration has canceled service on two MARC commuter trains and Virginia Railway Express trains are running on a modified schedule following heavy snowfall in the Mid-Atlantic region.
New MARC train statistics show what many passengers already know: some trains run on time a lot more than others.