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December 20, 2012
Here is the Morning Mojo Report for Thursday, Dec. 20: * As of 7:30 a.m., traffic is sluggish on I-270 southbound and I-495 in both directions, but it is running fine on all the other interstates throughout the area. * As the holidays approach, the MARC Train will operate on modified schedules Friday, Dec. 21 through Tuesday, Jan. 1, according to the Maryland Transit Administration's website, http://mta.maryland.gov. * On Friday Dec. 21 and Friday, Dec. 28, Train 640 will be canceled and Train 442 will operate through the Martin Airport in Baltimore because there will be a special Penn Line Train that will leave Union Station at 2:50 p.m. making all stops to Perryville, northeast of Baltimore.
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NEWS
January 19, 2012
Here is the list of road and lane closures in the area for Thursday, Jan. 19: *As of 7 a.m., Traffic is a little sluggish on I-270 southbound between Frederick and I-495 and I-495 in both directions between I-95 and I-270. It is moving smoothly on I-270 northbound, I-70 in both directions between Hancock and Baltimore, and I-81 in both directions throughout the state. * Expect major delays on the The MARC Train. As of 7 a.m., Train 505 is disabled at Odenton station, according to the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA)
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BY RICHARD F. BELISLE | March 8, 2002
GREENCASTLE, Pa. - About 90 members representing three southern Franklin County chambers of commerce learned about commuter rail, bus and air transportation available to the area at an annual breakfast meeting Thursday in Greencastle. Carolyn Motz, general manager at Hagerstown Regional Airport, and Jamie Norton, marketing specialist with the MARC Train, were the speakers. Motz said about 40 percent of the passengers served by the airport in Hagerstown come from Franklin County.
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By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | June 19, 2009
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- The Maryland Transit Administration's investigation of an accident Thursday that killed a Jefferson County, W.Va., teenager who was struck by a MARC train near Van Clevesville Road could take six to eight weeks to complete, MTA spokeswoman Cheron Wicker said Friday. The deceased boy's name was not available Friday night. Berkeley County Sheriff Kenneth M. Lemaster Jr. said Friday the boy and a friend were riding bicycles down the track. The boy was unable to get off the rail line before the five-car train passed through, Lemaster said.
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