[Greater-Baltimore] comment period open: phase 2 bus stop optimization

Ringlein, Ellen ERinglein at nfb.org
Mon Apr 24 20:26:32 UTC 2017


Do you know if the bus stop elimination list exists in another form, which lists the stops by line?



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From: Greater-Baltimore [mailto:greater-baltimore-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Cheryl Fogle-Hatch via Greater-Baltimore
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Subject: [Greater-Baltimore] comment period open: phase 2 bus stop optimization

comment period open for Bus Stop Optimization The attached document contains the list of stops proposed for elimination as part of the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) Summer 2017 service change occurring on June 18, 2017 (BaltimoreLink) The MTA will consider keeping stops based on rider comments, and, I'm told that they retained about 20 from phase 1, but I don't have that list handy.
There are several ways to provide comments on the proposed bus stop optimization.

• Call 410-454-1929 and leave a message.  Outside the comment period, please call 410-539-5000 as the bus stop modifications phone number is only monitored during optimization comment periods.
• Email the
BusStopModification at mta.maryland.gov
• Mail your comments to:
MTA Attn: Bus Stop Modifications, OCCR 3rd Floor
6 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, MD 21202
• Use this online form (

Note that the online form only allows submission of comments on one stop at a time.  If anyone has comments on multiple stops, I suggest sending an email with the list including street name/intersection, and route number and stop ID if possible.


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