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Highlights of proposed bus route changes

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Some areas would get expanded bus service, while others would see their routes eliminated under the Maryland Transit Administration's proposed overhaul of the Baltimore-area bus system. Here are some of the proposed changes:

Expanded

Fells Point-Canton: Would get a direct connection to Charles Village, Homeland and other North Baltimore neighborhoods via revamped No. 11 route.

Hospitals: Several - notably St. Agnes, Franklin Square and Bayview - would get more frequent service.

Mondawmin Mall: More buses would serve the mall and its Metro stop.

Crosstown routes: More frequent buses would mean fewer transfers.

Churches: Sunday service would be increased on many city routes.

Metro and light rail: Bus routes and schedules would be designed to link to these systems.

Routes cut or eliminated

No. 7 Pennsylvania Avenue

No. 8 Stella Maris, Loveton

No. 10 Sparrows Point

No. 15 Windsor Hills

No. 17 Outside BWI

Nos. 19, 105 Cub Hill

No. 35 Chesaco Park

No. 61 Roland Avenue

No. 64 Riviera Beach

No. 65 Wagners Point

No. 98 Hampden

Shuttle No. 103, 104, 160 Johns Hopkins

Hospital express routes

No. 150 Ellicott City

M1 Scott's Level

M10 Greenspring Station

M12 Greenspring Valley, Villa Julie, Caves Valley

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