- Associated Press - Wednesday, January 7, 2015

BALTIMORE (AP) - The Maryland Transit Administration says riders on Baltimore’s metro system can expect crowded train cars on Wednesday.

The MTA says weather-related emergency maintenance means that the system will be operating four-car trains, which likely will cause crowding. The agency says it’s “working diligently” to return the fleet to regular operations and apologizes for any inconvenience.

The 15.5-mile line runs from Johns Hopkins Hospital in downtown Baltimore northwest to Owings Mills.

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