A potential railroad strike impacting CSX-owned commuter trains in the Baltimore area is on the horizon again after the third-largest railroad union rejected a tentative agreement. When a previous negotiation deadline approached in September, the Maryland Transit Administration told commuters on the Camden and Brunswick Maryland Area Regional Commuter trains to expect disruptions from a strike. Tracks on those lines are owned and operated by freight railroad CSX. The Penn line that runs from Washington to Perryville in Cecil County runs on Amtrak tracks and would not be affected by a strike.
Possible CSX railroad strike looms again for MARC commuters after union rejects agreement
October 13, 2022