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The MTA periodically receives public feedback regarding the elimination, relocation, or addition of bus stops. The public feedback is compiled and reviewed by the MTA who develops a proposal based on this. The proposal then undergoes a comment period where the public can email or call.  The following link will direct you to the Bus Stop Modification Proposals for the June 2013 schedule change...
Governor Martin O’Malley announced today that the Baltimore Red Line received an important federal environmental sign-off, a step that makes the first major expansion of the Baltimore region’s transit network since the early 1990’s eligible for future federal approvals and funding.  The Record of Decision, issued by the Federal Transit Administration, marks the end of a rigorous and extensive...
Begining February 10. 2013, MTA will implement winter service improvements to 23 local bus routes.All changes are made in an effort to improve the quality of service and follow a series of hearings and public input. The changes include 12 new route schedules and the removal of 48 bus stops.  Route changes to Nos 1, 4, 9, 11, 13, 14, 16, 17, 21, 22, 27, and 35. New Bus Stops Added Nos. 5, 5X, 24...
Take a Trip Down Memory Lane with the MTA January 2012 MTA launches new InterCounty Connector (ICC) Commuter Bus routes 203, 204, 205 MTA assumes management of “Rate Your Ride” program, allowing riders to provide real time feedback regarding their experience aboard the MTA. February 2012 MTA ICC Commuter Bus passengers offered access to the new Montgomery County Park & Ride, a facility...
Effective September 5, 2012 and continuing until further notice, Charles Street will be closed from 28th Street to University Parkway for the Charles Street Reconstruction Project. This closure will necessitate the following diversions: No. 3 BusNorthbound: Via the regular northbound route on Charles Street to 28th Street, then right on 28th Street, left on Calvert Street, right on 33rd Street,...
Governor Martin O’Malley praised today’s announcement by U.S. Secretary of Transportation, Ray LaHood, that Maryland will receive $40 million in federal funding to replace the aging Kirk Avenue bus maintenance facility in East Baltimore.  Operated by the Maryland Transit Administration, the busy Kirk facility sits amidst a residential neighborhood creating noise and air quality issues. ...
Here are the 13th annual Words on Wheels winners! We invite you to read the poems and view the artwork of our budding student poets and artists. MTA Communication and Marketing interns Toroes Thomas and Mandelson Flevrival were present and created this fabulous video of the 2012 WOW presentation.   The participating Baltimore City Students are: Joseph Sanchez-Cruz, Vivian Borbash, Raequan Trusty...
Today teens make up 60% of children in foster care in Baltimore. They need homes and families just as much as the little ones do. Find out more.
New On-Line Features for CharmCard Users With an online account, its already easy to add value and passes, view your card balance and usage history, manage associated cards, and register new cards. We are pleased to offer CharmCard® users the following new online card management features!  Now, it’s more convenient to report a lost/stolen or damaged card, transfer the remaining balance to your...
MTA Mobility Service Changes for 2012   Service Area Changes MTA is adjusting the Mobility service area to comply strictly with federal regulations, which state that Mobility services provided within ¾ of a mile from all fixed routes, excluding Commuter Bus and MARC Train service. Conditional Eligibility Places conditions on some individuals who can ride fixed-route services at certain times...

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