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Local circulator, college shuttles fill in Md. transit gaps

Posted on January 6, 2014

BALTIMORE — City officials and local colleges developed their own free transit systems to augment the state's Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) to more effectively transport passengers to downtown and from campus to campus.

This means taxpayers are left contributing to both the state MTA and to the city-run bus system. But city officials and college administrators say they had to step up to create more routes and more reliable service that the MTA could not, according to the Towson Patch. For the full story, click here.

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