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The Penn Line uses diesel as well as electric locomotives for powering trains. Most electric and rush hour diesel trains are cars long, and are primarily made up of Kawasaki bi-levels. During the day, shorter car MultiLevels or single level diesel trains from the Brunswick and Camden lines are used on the Penn Line.
For the spring and summer months, weekend Penn Line trains also include a single-level Bike Car that is specially equipped to accommodate bicyclists.
All of the stations from Washington Union Station up to Halethorpe have high-level platforms , and all of the subsequent stations from West Baltimore up to Perryville , with the exception of Penn Station, have low-level platforms. A single morning train and a single evening train run between Perryville and Penn Station, and a single early morning train runs from Martin State Airport to Penn Station.
On December 7, , the Penn Line also began offering limited weekend service. Several trains extend service to Martin State Airport, and all trains skip Seabrook.
Beginning in , MARC began installing bike racks on its bi-level train cars and some of its single-level cars. Weekday service was intended to begin in summer , however, this was delayed several times. Eventually, 35 Penn Line railcars had full-sized bicycle racks installed, and weekday use of the bike racks on the MARC Penn line officially began on January 21, As with the former Bike Cars, these services are first-come, first served with no additional charge, and the bicyclist must make sure to be able to access the platform of the station they desire.
MARC passengers with monthly and weekly tickets can ride select Amtrak Northeast Regional trains during the week only, as part of their cross-honoring agreement. Currently,[ when? This resolution will be introduced into the Delaware General Assembly in Stations[ edit ] This section needs to be updated. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. January The following stations are served by Penn Line trains; not all trains stop at all stations.
PENN LINE WEEKEND SCHEDULE
MARC Ticket Vending Machines (TVMs)