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Peruse the latest proposal for new Baltimore bus routes

The MTA made changes to 85 percent of BaltimoreLink routes.

A BaltimoreLink bus. (Photo courtesy of Maryland state government)

The MTA released its latest proposed redesign of the city’s bus system this week.
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Since being proposed last year, new plans for BaltimoreLink have been undergoing many a public hearing.


MTA says it has read “each and every comment.” Roughly 85 percent of the routes were amended in some way, according to the transit service.
The feedback fest is set to continue.
Here’s a spot to leave comments and find updates, and the full schedule of public workshops is right here.
BaltimoreLink was rolled out last year following Gov. Larry Hogan’s decision to shelve the Red Line rail project. Along with new routes, the remade system is also supposed to have technology that will prioritize buses at stoplights.
State officials target mid-2017 for the full introduction of the new system.

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