Month of August Ridership Stats

Friday, September 03

Posted below are the ridership stats for the month of August.

Service to Stop 319 temporarily suspended.

Tuesday, August 31

Due to construction, service to Stop 319 (Pratt Street - Inner Harbor) will be temporarily suspended effective Wednesday, September 1. Alternative stops to use are Stop 318 located at St. Paul and Fayette Street or Stop 320 located at Light and Conway Street. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

2010 Pepsi Lunchtime Concert Series

Hopkins Plaza
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Thursday, September 02

Downtown Partnership presents the 2010 Pepsi Lunchtime Concerts. Bring your lunch to Hopkins Plaza in Downtown Baltimore the first Thursday of every month and enjoy live entertainment by local Baltimore performers. This week's entertainment will be provided by the Kelly Bell Band.

Stop 220 - Inner Harbor temporary relocation

Thursday, August 26

Due to construction along Pratt between Paca and Calvert Streets, Stop 220 - Inner Harbor (Orange Route) will be temporarily relocated to the intersection of Pratt and South Streets.

Free Fall Baltimore

City-wide Baltimore event
Friday, October 01 - Sunday, October 31

Now in its 5th year, Free Fall Baltimore brings wonderful cultural activities to your doorstep. With more than 300 unique events scheduled, you’ll be able to find an art activity on almost every day of October.

Service to Stop 319 has resumed

Wednesday, August 25

Service to Stop 319 - Purple Route has resumed. Due to lanes closures and construction, please continue to anticipate delays to the service.

Street Beat Festival

Federal Hill
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Sunday, September 19

Always the biggest festival of the year, bands will play on three stages throughout the day, featuring an eclectic mix of bands and an exciting musical headliner. Stroll along the tree-lined streets of Historic Federal Hill, eat, drink, browse among the many booths in a celebration of city living.

Baltimore Book Festival

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Friday, September 24 - Sunday, September 26

The 15th annual Baltimore Book festival welcomes more than 225 celebrity, nationally known and local authors including Holly Robinson Peete, Rodney Peete, Nigel Barker, Judge Glenda Hatchett, Jesse Ventura and many more. The Children's Bookstore Stage will be packed with favorite authors and illustrators. All events and author appearances at the Baltimore Book Festival are FREE and open to the public.

Farmers' Market

Wednesday, December 01 - Sunday, December 19

The 33rd annual Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar offers fresh produce, meats, herbs, flowers, crafts and more!  As Maryland's largest producers-only market, visitors can enjoy a one-of-a-kind shopping experience with economical prices. Located underneath the Jones Falls Expressway at Holliday & Saratoga Streets.

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