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Route 26 (MTA Maryland)

Route 26
Overview
System Maryland Transit Administration
Garage Eastern
Status active
Began service 2015
Route
Locale
  • Baltimore City
  • Baltimore County
Communities served Downtown Baltimore, Phoenix Shot Tower, Highlandtown, Broening Hwy, Amazon Facility
Landmarks served Phoenix Shot Tower
Other routes 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 13, 15, 19, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 31, 35, 36, qb40, qb46, qb48, 61, 64,, 91, 120, 150, 160
Service
Level Daily
Frequency Every 30 minutes
Weekend frequency Every 30-45 minutes
Operates 5am-1pm[1]

Route 26 is a bus route operated by the Maryland Transit Administration in Baltimore and its suburbs. The line currently runs from Downtown Fayette & Charles Street east through downtown Baltimore to Dundalk Marine Terminal. The main roads on which the line operates are Baltimore Street, Fayette Street, and Broening Highway. The line serves the communities of Highlantown, Baltimore Travel Plaza, The bus route is the successor to the 20 Dundalk Marine Terminal/CCBC Dundalk.

History

On 22 February 2015, the #20 Line service was cut to run between Security Square Mall and City Hall, with short turns at Edmonsdon Village[2] as part of the first phase implementation of the Bus Network Improvement Project. Service on the eastern portion of the route was picked up by the new Route 31 for trips to Dundalk and by new Route 26 with expanded service to Dundalk Marine Terminal and the Amazon Warehouse

See also

References

  1. ^ http://mta.maryland.gov/schedules/display.php?route=26_weekday_eastbound.xls
  2. ^ http://mta.maryland.gov/node/143935


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