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The Baltimore City Department of Transportation is proud to announce
that the Charm City Circulator has serviced over four million
passengers. Baltimore’s premier shuttle service has proven to be a huge
success for residents, employees and visitors traveling in the busy
downtown district. Last week, the City of Baltimore celebrated the
second anniversary of the Charm City Circulator with a four million
“The City of Baltimore is proud that the Charm City Circulator has
served over four million people in only two years,” said Mayor Stephanie
Rawlings-Blake. “We encourage everyone to take advantage of this
innovative shuttle service which helps to reduce the number of vehicles
in the busy downtown district.”
The Charm City Circulator’s Orange Route began operations on January
11, 2010 and runs from Hollins Market to Harbor East. Then on June 07,
2010, the Purple Route was launched. This extended Circulator service to
Penn Station and Federal Hill. Operations on the latest Green Route
began in November, 2011 and includes service to City Hall, Fells Point
and Johns Hopkins Hospital...
The Baltimore City Department of Transportation would like to advise motorists that roadways in the downtown area are beginning to reopen after the 2011 Inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix race...
Open House Sessions Will Be Held to Inform Citizens of Traffic and Parking Plans
The Baltimore City Department of Transportation today announced that three open house informational sessions will be held to inform citizens of the traffic management plans for the 2011 inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix Race. The three day “Festival of Speed” will be held Labor Day weekend on September 02-04, 2011.
In preparation for the race, modifications to traffic and transit routes will be necessary in the downtown business district which will affect area residents, employees and Baltimore commuters. Representatives from the Baltimore City Department of Transportation, along with the Maryland Transit Administration, the Maryland Transportation Authority and the Parking Authority will be available at the open house sessions to provide information about road closings, detours, alternate routes, bus diversions and parking modifications. Officials from the Baltimore Grand Prix will also be on hand to provide details as to how employees who work inside the racing area can conveniently get to their job sites during the event...
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