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Could Maryland finally be ready to replace Baltimore’s oldest rail tunnel

(Source: Greater Greater Washington, June 24, 2020)

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Baltimore Penn Station and the trains which pass through it are set for some pretty exciting changes over the next few years. The station itself is set for a major overhaul starting potentially as early as this year and a bill to study expanding MARC (Maryland Area Rail Commuter) service to include Penn Line trains to Delaware and Virginia and creating a link between MARC’s Penn and Camden Lines, was recently vetoed by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan but has enough legislative support in Annapolis that it’s still likely to pass into law by the end of January 2021, especially after a recent study found high demand for one of its key provisions.

Full story: Greater Greater Washington

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

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