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Summary of Bus Service Modifications Effective Sunday, February 8, 2009

What is New!
Effective February 8, 2009 MTA will implement route modifications to 26 Local Bus lines throughout the Baltimore Region.  New timetables will be issued for the following Local Bus Line #'s:  4, 11, 19, 21, 22, 24, 33, 36, 40, 54, 58, 64, and the 150.

In addition, new timetables will be issued on the following lines to reflect schedule changes effective February 8,2009: 

Local Bus Line #'s:  1, 3, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14, 35, 51, 61, 77, M-2. and the  Light Rail.

The new timetables are now available online below (www.mtamaryland.com).  They will soon be available at MTA’s Downtown Transit Store and at regular timetable distribution points.  Riders can also request that timetables be mailed to them by calling 

Thank you for your Sugguestions!
MTA appreciates the bus riders, residents of affected communities and MTA employees who offered many excellent suggestions for ways to improve our initial proposals.

Route 1 - Sinai Hospital / Mondawmin /  Fort McHenry

Route 3 - Cromwell Bridge Road/Sheppard Pratt Hospital / Inner Harbor

Route 4 - Turner Station /  Franklin Square Hospital / CCBC Essesx

Route 8 - University of Maryland Transit Center/ Lutherville Light Rail Stop

Route 9 International Circle / Lutherville Light Rail Stop

Route 10 - U.S. 40 & Rolling Rd. / Paradise Avenue / Dundalk / Bullneck Rd.

Route 11  Towson / Canton Crossing   

Route 13 - Walbrook Junction / Canton / Fells Point

Route 14 - Patapsco Light Rail Stop / Annapolis

Route 19 - Carney /  Goucher & Taylor/ Downtown

Route 21 - Mondawmin Metro Station /  Fells Point

Route 22 - Mondawmin Metro Subway Station / Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Route 24 - Whispering Woods /  Essex

 Route 33 - Rogers Avenue Metro Subway Station /  Essex & Ride Park 

Route 35 - White Marsh Park & Ride / UMBC

Route 36 - Northern Parkway and York Rd / Riverview

Quick Bus 40 - Security  Blvd. at CMS / /Middle River

Route 51 - Rogers Avenue Metro Subway Station / Monroe St./Cherry Hill / Patapsco Light Rail Stop

Route 54 Randallstown / Penn North Metro Station

 Route 58 Mount Washington / Reisterstown Plaza Station

Route 61 - Lake Ave / Inner Harbor

Route 64 North Avenue / Curtis Bay / Energy Parkway

Route 77 - Old Court Metro Subway Station/ UMBC/Patapsco Light Rail Stop

Route 150  Columbia / Ellicott City / Downtown Baltimore

Route M-2  Old Court Metro Subway Station /  Mondawmin Metro Subway Station

Route 200-Light Rail Hunt Valley / Penn station/ BWI Marshall Airport / Cromwell