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If You Commute by Bus...

Phase I of the MTA’s Greater Baltimore Bus Initiative takes effect Oct. 23.
For those who commute by bus to JHM entities, the news is mostly good.
Here’s the deal:


No. 10: Will combine with the No. 2 bus line and have more frequent service. Travels up Dundalk Avenue and across Eastern Avenue toward downtown without entering campus. Selected runs enter west side of campus.

No. 20: No changes affecting Hopkins Bayview program sites. There will still be selected service on Broening Highway.

No. 23: Will turn into Bayview Boulevard, instead of letting hospital-bound passengers off on Eastern Avenue, with more frequent service. Route will continue to and from downtown via Lombard Street.

No. 40: New limited-stop route between Security Boulevard and Essex Park and Ride will come from downtown along same route as No. 23 and stop along Bayview Boulevard.

East Baltimore

No.13: Will no longer serve the Wolfe/Washington Street corridor but will run six blocks to the east along North Patterson Park Avenue.

No. 103: Discontinued (service between Towson and JHH available on the No. 8.)

Mt. Washington and Green Spring Station

No. M-10: Rescued from the brink of extinction, this line will continue to run from Reisterstown Road Metro with stops at Smith Avenue and Green Spring Station and will now extend to Villa Julie and have more daily trips.
White Marsh

No. 31/35: Now extends to White Marsh Park and Ride.



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