Baltimore transportation officials said peak hour parking restrictions will be enforced Monday morning in preparation for the morning commute. Vehicles must be moved from marked streets to avoid ticketing or towing.
Transportation officials urged caution during the morning commute, citing refreezing of snow that melted Sunday. Baltimore officials urged those who abandoned their cars during Saturday's snowstorm to pick them up Monday to avoid a ticket or tow.
Amtrak service in the Northeast Corridor will operate on a modified schedule on Monday, with officials citing ongoing weather issues. Some Acela Express and Northeast Regional schedules have changed between New York City and Boston or Washington, D.C. Affected passengers have been notified and will be placed on other trains, Amtrak officials said. All other NEC services will operate normally.
Several issues were reported on the MARC Train system. A water main broke at Halethorpe Station and crews are working to repair it after the water was shut off. Trains 878 and 421 are operating one car short so riders should expect crowded conditions. Train 840, a 6:32 a.m. Washington departure, is operating 15 minutes late because of the late arrival of another train.
The northbound right tube of the Fort McHenry Tunnel, Bore 4, will close at about 10:30 a.m. for repairs to an emergency pump. The bore will reopen around 2:30 p.m., officials said.
The Charm City Circulator's Harbor Connector will operate on a delay Monday morning, with the Alternate Transportation Plan in effect, Baltimore transportation officials said.