Several MARC Train, Commuter Bus Lines to Reopen June 8

The Maryland Transit Administration will restart operations for several MARC train and Commuter Bus lines beginning June 8, the department announced Thursday.

Beginning Monday, Commuter Bus will begin operating on the “S” schedule, with the exception of Route 201, which will continue operating only odd numbered trips. MARC Train will return to regular “R” schedules, although limited service will continue for the Brunswick, Camden and Penn lines.

In March, the department initially cut several MARC Train and Commuter Bus lines, and limited usage to essential travel in an effort to restrict the spread of COVID-19.

Passengers are expected to continue to use face coverings on all transportation services. The department will also honor all April monthly passes for June travel.

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