More Train, Bus Service Returning To Maryland As Coronavirus Restrictions Are Loosened
BALTIMORE (WJZ) -- Some transit options for Maryland commuters are returning as more people return to work and more businesses are allowed to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic.
On its website, the Maryland Transit Administration said that as of Monday, MARC trains will begin operating on their "R" schedules "with limited supplemental service for the Penn, Camden, and Brunswick Lines."
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Also on Monday, commuter bus service will begin operating on the "S" schedule on all routes except Route 201, which will stay on its odd-numbered trip schedule.
Monthly passes from April will be honored for all of June, the MTA said.
Officials are still requiring riders to wear masks and are encouraging people to only use transit for essential travel.
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