Last week, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said he wants an alternative plan to the Red Line light rail that Gov. Larry Hogan shelved. Now, Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is getting onboard.
According to the Baltimore Business Journal, Rawlings-Blake said that city staffers have started to look into other plans that could provide more public transit for Baltimore. She mentioned rapid bus as one idea, but said it was too early to name a favorite.
It was, however, the right time for a jab at Larry Hogan. The governor often says he wants Maryland to be “open for business.”
If Md is going to be truly open for business, it has to include public transportation to support jobs and job growth,” SRB tweeted.
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