Though Amtrak resumed service on the southern end of theNEC, the Maryland Transit Administration warned its passengers to plan fordelays Monday morning on its MARC Penn Line, linking the nation’s capital andBaltimore, which uses the NEC. All other services, including light rail, wereoperating with some modifications as MARC operated in “storm recovery mode.”
Philadelphia, which like New York shut down its entire railtransit system due to weather for the first time in history, had its light railtransit and bus lines in operation Monday (some were back in service Sunday);SEPTA regional rail services had not yet resumed service on Monday morning, but a SEPTA notice saidresumption would occur, though “with delays and occasional disruptions.”
In Massachusetts, MBTA, unlike many other operators, at first attempted to keep operating despite storm conditions, but early Sunday cancelled many services. MBTA on Monday said its services were back in operation, with residual problems on the T's Green Line’s Riverside branch.