Part of Baltimore’s Subway Will Close for 24 Days of Repairs

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city_baltimore_subway2The Maryland Department of Transportation’s Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) is preparing for critical maintenance work that will partially shut down the Metro Subway system for 24 days this summer, and officials are urging riders to plan ahead and use free shuttle bus service to help get them where they need to go.

From July 22 to August 14, the Reisterstown Plaza, Rogers Avenue and West Cold Spring Metro Subway stations will be completely closed for maintenance of critical components of the rail system. Full service will resume onAugust 15. Service will continue between the following stations: Owings Mills to Milford Mill and Mondawmin to Johns Hopkins Hospital. Maintenance work will largely include reconstructing three interlockings – a rail component that allows trains to cross from one track to another. During the partial shutdown, the MTA also will perform additional rail replacement, track maintenance, station improvements and cleaning.

From 8 p.m. Friday, July 22, to midnight Sunday, August 14, MTA will provide local and express shuttle buses linking the Metro Subway service from Milford Mill Station south to Mondawmin Station.

Red stops are closing completely (Via MTA)
Red stops are closing completely (Via MTA)

Local shuttle buses will stop at each of the affected stations in both directions from Milford Mill station to Mondawmin. Express shuttle service will run directly from Milford Mill to Mondawmin without making any other station stops.

MTA asks customers to plan for up to an additional hour of travel time in both directions. The free shuttle bus service will run at 10-, 20- and 30-minute intervals based on the time of day.

Customers traveling to the Milford Mill or Mondawmin stations should exit the Metro Subway station and proceed to the street level where a team of transit ambassadors will help them locate the local and express bus boarding areas.

 

Edited from Press Release

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