Tagged: Baltimore

Parking Meters

Demand based parking meter rates coming to Baltimore!

“Beginning in the Summer of 2017, the Parking Authority of Baltimore City will use actual demand for parking spaces to determine the hourly parking meter rate on blocks in the Central Business District. Using data collected every six months, the Parking Authority will adjust rates to help create one or two available parking spaces on each block, making it easier for parkers to find parking downtown and spend more time enjoying Baltimore.”

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Does no #redline + yes #purpleline mean more @TransitScreen for both #baltimore DC #princegeorgescounty? http://t.co/XcLcX233DK

Does no #redline + yes #purpleline mean more @TransitScreen for both #baltimore DC #princegeorgescounty?
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Hogan says no to Red Line, yes to Purple

Dashing Baltimore’s hopes for a long-anticipated east-west light rail line to improve its transit network, Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday that he will not build the $2.9 billion Red Line across the city. “We are not opposed to public transportation. We are opposed to wasteful boondoggles,” the governor said.

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