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MARC Brunswick Line delays

Mark Berman

8 A.M. UPDATE:

Brunswick Line train 874 is running 35 minutes late due to mechanical problems. Meanwhile, all other Brunswick trains are now operating 15 to 35 minutes late due to freight train congestion and signal problems in various locations.

6:45 A.M. UPDATE:

Brunswick Line train 874 is running 25 minutes late due to mechanical problems. Meanwhile, all other Brunswick trains are operating 15 to 25 minutes late due to freight train congestion and signal problems in various locations.

Additionally, the Rockville elevators are out of service. Maintenace has been notified.

6 A.M. ORIGINAL POST:
Already some delays for MARC riders. Brunswick Line train 874 is running 15 to 20 minutes late due to mechanical problems. Meanwhile, train 870 on the same line is arriving at Gaithersburg 12 to 15 minutes late due to CSX freight train interference. Train 890 is approaching Dickerson 15 minutes late due to signal and switch problems.

By Mark Berman  | October 5, 2010; 6:00 AM ET
Categories:  Advisories, Maryland  
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