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Delays and detours affect MARC and MTA services

8 A.M. UPDATE:
Big delays for MARC passengers for the remainder of the morning, according to the Maryland Transit Administration. Trains in both directions on the MARC Camden Line are going to be running between 30 and 60 minutes late. This is due to freight train and MARC train congestion, as well as switch problems between the Greenelt and Riverdale stations caused by ice and snow. But Metro will honor tickets on the green line.

7:10 A.M. UPDATE:
Here's an updated set of changes for Maryland Transit Administration local buses:

-- #14 Line bypassing Anne Arundel County Community College.
-- #15 Line bypassing Windsor Hills, Using Garrison to Forest Park in both directions.
-- #16 Line bypassing Violetville.
-- #23 Line by passing Wild Wood Parkway..
-- #35 Line bypassing Desota Road, will stay on Wilkens Avenue.
-- #51 Line bypassing West Port Light Rail Station.

--Mark Berman

5:45 A.M. UPDATE:
Maryland Transit Administration local buses are running multiple diversions due to the weather this morning:
-- #5 Line is by passing Cloverdale Avenue.
-- #11 Line is terminating at East at Toone
-- #15 Line is by-passing Windsor Hills, Using Garrison to Forest Park in both directions.
-- #15 Line is by-passing Bernard Mason, Tucker Lane and West Hills at Lawina
-- #16 Line is by passing 10th Street and Church Street.-staying on Patapsco Avenue.
-- #20 Line is by passing Culver and Monstery will use Caton Avenue to Edmondson Avenue in both directions.
-- #20 line is by-passing St. Agnes in both directions
-- #36 Line Both directions by passing Argonne Drive, staying on The Alameda.
-- #51 Line by-passing Hollins Ferry Road at Daisy Avenue.
-- #64 Line- by passing 10th Street & Church Street, staying on Patapsco Avenue.
-- #77 Line by-passing Hollins Ferry at Daisy

-- Mark Berman

ORIGINAL POST:
Virginia Railway Express officials said the service is running a normal schedule Wednesday.
VRE officials said station crews worked through the night to keep parking lots and platforms clear of snow and ice, but riders should use caution in these areas.

MTA bus and MARC commuter train services indicate those services are running normally, too.

By Michael Bolden  |  February 3, 2010; 5:23 AM ET
Categories:  Airports , Commuting , transit  | Tags: MARC, MTA, VRE  
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