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Posted at 11:37 PM ET, 01/26/2011

Md. buses, some trains canceled

By Washington Post Editors

Maryland Commuter Bus service contracted through Dillon, Keller, Eyre, and Martz will not operate on Thursday. Most MARC service is also canceled.

The Maryland Transit Administration said that they expect major roads to be treated overnight. However, parking lots still need to be plowed and bus drivers may be unable to report to work.

The MTA also canceled MARC train service on the Brunswick and Camden Lines. The agency said Penn Line trains would operate on a modified holiday schedule. The cancellations are due to a deficit in equipment to operate the trains. Trains are likely out of position.

The Brunswick Line carries passengers between Washington and points north and west, including Frederick and Martinsburg, W.€ŠVa. The Camden Line connects Washington and Baltimore, and the Penn Line runs from Washington through northeastern Maryland via Baltimore.

By Washington Post Editors  | January 26, 2011; 11:37 PM ET
Categories:  MARC  
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