W.Va. Senate OKs tax credit for E. Panhandle commuter rail service

April 2013: First, SB 103 would require the two states to negotiate a written agreement making the train service accountable to both Maryland and West Virginia taxpayers and riders. Once that task has been accomplished SB 103 would allow CSX, which owns the tracks, to take a W.Va. tax credit in lieu of what it currently charges MARC to run the trains on their tracks in West Virginia.