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10-30-12: Post-Sandy Commuting
Update October 30, 2012 8:08 p.m. ET.
MTA has announced MARC train, Commuter bus and Light Rail will resume services on Wednesday.
Original Post October 30, 2012 3:30 p.m. ET.
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Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake lifted travel restrictions as of noon on Tuesday.
The temporary speed limit reduction on highways has been lifted. As of noon today, the State Highway Administration reported 100 roads have been closed due to high water levels or debris.
As of 3 p.m. Tuesday wind warnings have been lifted on the Bay Bridge and both lanes are open.
The Charm City Circulator will resume service tomorrow. All four routes and the Harbor Connector are currently closed.
The Maryland Transit Authority (MTA) local bus lines are operating on a limited schedule. More than 10 MTA local bus lines have been diverted due to Superstorm Sandy. The most recent list of closed lines can be found here.
The Metro Subway and Mobility/Paratransit operations have resumed, but expect minor delays.
The MARC train, Light Rail and Commuter bus operations are currently suspended. MTA reports Light Rail service will resume Wednesday, as crews are reinstalling crossing gate arms.
The BoltBus which picks passengers up at Penn Station and provides service to many cities in the Northeast, will not operate on Tuesday or Wednesday. Officials say the carrier will make a decision by 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday as to when service will resume. A refund policy has been put in place.
Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport officials report widespread cancellations are expected to continue throughout Tuesday.