Updated Oct. 28, 2012, 3:21 p.m.
Amtrak announced Sunday it has cancelled all trains traveling on the Northeast Corridor Monday and after 7 p.m. Sunday.
The route includes dozens of stops in major cities including D.C., Philadelphia, New York, New Haven and Boston and will strand hundreds along the East Coast. More than 4,000 flights have also been cancelled for Sunday and Monday, according to ABC News.
Amtrak began cancelling trains with stops in D.C. Saturday, warning that more cancellations could come as Hurricane Sandy moves north.
Passengers are reimbursed for trains they are not able to reschedule.The Maryland Transit Administration issued an advisory Sunday that MARC trains will not run on Monday. A decision on whether or not they will run Tuesday will be announced by Monday night.