The Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration has completed the feasibility study for the North-South Transit Corridor, designed to provide better transit connections between the Towson area of Baltimore County and downtown Baltimore. Read the Feasibility Study here.
The study, which will advance to analyze various options in the coming year, is part of the Central Maryland Regional Transit Plan, a 25-year plan released in October 2020 by a team that included the Regional Transit Plan Commission, the Baltimore Metropolitan Council, the public, and representatives from local jurisdictions.
The North-South feasibility study explored a range of alignment and mode options – bus rapid transit, light rail and subway – intended to enhance service to the community by increasing mobility, access to jobs and connectivity to other transportation options in the corridor. Details on the study and the preliminary alternatives are available at https://rtpcorridors.com/northsouth.
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