Camden trains canceled for track work
Camden Line riders who normally catch the 8:15 a.m. MARC train out of Baltimore may have to get up earlier for the next three weeks.
That train, along with the one departing Washington's Union Station for Baltimore at 8:05 a.m., will be canceled Mondays through Thursdays May 11-28 for track work on the CSX-owned line. The trains, No. 844 and No. 851, will operate on Fridays.
The Maryland Transit Administration is recommending that Washington-bound riders out of Baltimore catch the 7:20 AM out of Camden Station, which will make all stops normally made by the later train, or to switch to the Penn Line, which has trains departing Penn Station at 7:40 and 8:10 a.m.
Riders can also catch the 8:18 a.m. light rail to BWI and switch to the 8:53 a.m. B30 bus to the Greenbelt Metro Station, where riders can board the Green Line. That ride takes roughly 30-40 minutes longer to reach Union Station than the Camden Line train usually does.