Service Alert: A portion of Lombard St. will be closed Thursday, May 13.

Thursday, May 13

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation announced that a portion of Lombard Street will be closed Thursday, May 13 for a groundbreaking ceremony. Lombard Street will be closed to through traffic between Greene and Penn Streets from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon with detours in effect.

Motorists traveling in this vicinity may experience delays and are encouraged to use alternate routes.

Preakness Parade of Lights

Downtown Baltimore - Pratt St.
Friday, May 14

The 37th Annual Preakness Parade of Lights will take place Friday, May 13, 8:30pm. Be dazzled by colorful floats, helium-balloon characters, equestrians, marching bands and more. The Parade will step-off at Market Place, proceed up Pratt Street and end at First Mariner Arena. Baltimore Ravens running back Willis McGahee will serve as the Grand Marshal.

Service Alert: Route changes Friday, May 14 due to Preakness Parade of Lights

Wednesday, May 12

Service Alert: Due to the Preakness Parade of Lights, please be advised that the Orange Route will be modified on Friday, May 14 from 8:00pm until after the parade. Service to the route will be provided as follows as:

Harborplace's 30th Anniversary

Harborplace
Route Stop Number: 
220
Friday, July 02 - Sunday, July 04

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Hosts Announcement of Preakness Week Events and Activities

Wednesday, May 05

This morning at City Hall, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Maryland Jockey Club President Tom Chuckas, Corrigan Sports President Lee Corrigan, and Preakness Celebration President Mark Friedman announced the calendar of events for Preakness Week 2010. Maryland Preakness Celebration, Inc.

Service Temporarily Suspended to Stop 203 - Light Street

Tuesday, May 04

Due to construction along Lombard Street, service will be temporarily suspended to Stop 203 - Light Street until further notice.

Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness

American Visionary Arts Museum
Thursday, July 01 - Sunday, August 08

This exhibit explores the quest for human rights and the search for personal fulfillment throught the works of over 50 visionary artists, including Guantanamo Bay detainees, Holocaust survivors, incarcerated prisoners, African-American civil rights activists, Iraqi doctors and many more.

Phone: 
410-244-1900

Orange Route change: Stop 222 - Pier 5 Relocation

Sunday, April 25

Effective Monday, April 26th, Stop 222 - Pier 5 (717 Eastern Ave.) will be permanently relocated to the intersection of Pratt and President Streets. Please note the new stop name: MARKET PLACE.  

 


Happy Earth Day Baltimore!

Thursday, April 22

 

 

 

 

 

No Eating, No Drinking Policy in effect.

Wednesday, April 21

The Charm City Circulator has instituted a no eating, no drinking policy for the service vehicles.

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