On the day after the Baltimore area experienced record levels of rainfall and a street collapse, Thursday morning's commute was snarled with accidents and road closures on major thoroughfares and secondary roads.
Many of the incidents occurred in Baltimore City on the Jones Falls Expressway, but most were cleared by 8:15 a.m.
The Baltimore City Department of Transportation reported that all lanes had been reopened on the northbound Jones Falls Expressway with the clearing of a crash at 8:20 a.m. Baltimore DOT reported at 8:13 a.m. that all roads were open on the JFX South with the clearing of a crash at 28th Street.
The transportation department added that St. Paul Street will be reduced to one lane throughout the morning.
The state Department of Transportation reported an incident with injury on MD 100 East at Interstate 95 in Elkridge that has closed both eastbound traffic lanes and the eastbound left shoulder at 9:02 a.m.
Brunswick Line trains 890, 892 and 894 have been canceled, while local bus and light rail service are experiencing minor delays, MTA said. And the MARC Penn Line has been suspended due to trees on the catenary, MTA said.