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The BaltimoreLink sounds a lot like the Bus Network Improvement Project

The BaltimoreLink sounds a lot like the Bus Network Improvement Project

Gov. Larry Hogan today announced a $135 million investment in the city bus system, erasing a glut of downtown routes and creating 12 color-coded routes that connect with Baltimore's other transportation lines, the MARC, metro, and light rail.

The investment package also calls for more bike racks near MTA stops, additional bike cars on the MARC train, and car share.

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, a supporter of the east-west rail project known as the Red Line, which Hogan killed, reportedly did not show up for the announcement of the project, called BaltimoreLink. Some of the...

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