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Penn Line Train 536 (510p dpt WUS) is delayed 15-20 minutes due to rail traffic.
Brunswick Line Train 875 (4:25 dpt Wash) is operating with a 45 minute delay departing Point of Rocks due to freight train interference.
Due to the inclement weather and a downed tree blocking the track area, Light RailLink is experiencing delays in service and is single tracking trains between Lutherville and Mt. Washington stations. We are working diligently to restore normal... Read more
Due to the inclement weather and a downed tree blocking the track area at Milford Mill station, Metro SubwayLink is experiencing delays in east and westbound service. Shuttle bus service is place to accommodate passengers between Reisterstown Plaza... Read more
Amtrak has issued heat-related speed restrictions for parts of the Penn Line. Trains must operate at reduced between Washington and Baltimore. Minor delays are possible.
CSX has issued heat-related speed restrictions on the Camden and Brunswick Lines for this afternoon. Trains will travel at reduced speed on both lines. 5-15 minute delays are possible--the fewer stops a train makes, the more delay it will incur (... Read more
Starting on Tuesday, June 19, Amtrak will shift trackwork between Odenton and Bowie from Track #2 (the middle track) to Track #3 (the southbound track).  The April 23 Penn Line schedule was designed to accommodate this change, however as was the... Read more

Introducing the new MARC Ticket Vending Machines

In stations July 2018

Faster, with Apple Pay® and Google Pay, plus credit and debit options
More convenient, with transit subsidy and benefit programs accepted
More reliable, with state-of-the-art... Read more
See below a notification Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority sent to Metro e-mail subscribers about a change it is making that will affect MARC riders.
A Message to MARC and VRE Customers Regarding the 'Metro Option'
In an effort to... Read more
Effective Sunday, June 3, 2018 and every first Sunday of each month through
November 4, 2018, the First Sunday Arts Festival will be held in Annapolis.
Due to this festival, West Street between Church Circle and Calvert Street will be
closed.
These... Read more

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