Metro says riders on the red and orange lines will wait longer for trains this weekend.
Getting back on track. State, local and federal officials issue a warning: America’s railroad lines are in desperate need of funding for upgrades and repairs.
Federal and state officials and Amtrak are studying ways to improve a 141-year-old tunnel that carries passenger trains through Baltimore.
Some Metro riders will wait longer for trains this weekend as work takes place on the rail system.
Metro says riders will wait longer for some trains this weekend while the agency performs weekend work.
Metro says trains and most buses will run on a Sunday schedule for Memorial Day.
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After a four-week break for cherry blossom season, Metro is back to doing weekend work again.
The MARC trains from Baltimore’s Penn Station to Washington’s Union Station continue to see more riders on the weekends. This comes after a few months of extended Saturday and Sunday service.
More crude oil than ever is being transported through major cities on trains. And after four derailments in seven months, the federal government is now taking action.
All aboard on a trip through black history. Penn Station celebrates contributions to the railroad from former workers.
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