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Baltimore Travel Plaza

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Baltimore Travel Plaza

The city of Baltimore, Maryland has several terminals for interstate bus travel

Greyhound Terminal

The main terminal for [3].

This location was chosen following community opposition to construct a site for Greyhound near [4].

Following the opening of the current location, which relocated Greyhound from its former terminal near the center of the city, a location accessible to most of the city's public bus and rail lines, local and state politicians, including O'Malley (now Maryland's governor), then-governor Robert Ehrlich, and Lieutenant Governor Michael Steele scrambled to provide better public transportation to the new site. As a result, the Maryland Transit Administration increased service on bus route 27, the closest bus line to the new location, and rerouted the line into the terminal. In 2005 and 2006, various proposals were made under the Greater Baltimore Bus Initiative to modify service in the region and change this to another line, but none of these plans ever materialized.

39°16′17″N 76°37′38″W / 39.27127°N 76.62734°W / 39.27127; -76.62734

Baltimore Travel Plaza

The Baltimore Travel Plaza was a bus terminal located at 5625 Odonnell Street off [6] and have shifted primary service to the main Bus Terminal, located on Haines St.

39°16′48″N 76°32′51″W / 39.28009°N 76.54761°W / 39.28009; -76.54761 Map - [7]

Former Bus Station

The old bus terminal, formerly Baltimore's main Greyhound stop, was located at 210 West Fayette Street, with the buses entering from Merion Street.

39°17′27″N 76°37′07″W / 39.29093°N 76.61863°W / 39.29093; -76.61863

This had been the Trailways terminal until the merger of the companies. The former Greyhound terminal prior to that was at 601 North Howard Street at West Center Street with the buses entering from Howard St. and exiting from Center St:

39°17′47″N 76°37′12″W / 39.296331°N 76.619871°W / 39.296331; -76.619871

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