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Building A Better Bus System…You Can Count On!

It’s here – the initial phase of the Bus Network Improvement Project (BNIP) to deliver meaningful and substantive improvements to the Maryland Transit Administration’s Local Bus system. Following a comprehensive review of Baltimore’s Local Bus system, which included extensive outreach and input from riders and other stakeholders, MTA will implement key improvements starting in August as part of the first phase of a multi-year plan to better connect customers to where they want to go. We invite you to join us on MindMixer with your comments and/or questions about BNIP Phase One.

Better reliability, efficiency, real-time notification and connections to new job centers

Work on the multi-year plan began in summer 2013 with the goal of delivering substantially enhanced service to MTA’s Local Bus system serving downtown Baltimore and the surrounding metropolitan region with 57 bus routes. Beginning this August and continuing through 2015, MTA will launch a series of enhancements to improve the MTA's Local Bus system.

Just released! Details of MTA’s proposed changes to serve to add two bus lines as well as improve the reliability and efficiency of the bus network by modifying the 11, 20, 30, and 36 lines. Proposed changes would be effective February 8, 2015. Learn what’s being proposed to help the bus system work better February 2015 Service Changes.

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