Mayor Rawlings-Blake Announces City’s Efforts to Prepare for More Winter Weather

Wednesday, February 24

Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake provided residents with an update on Baltimore City’s snow preparations. The Department of Transportation’s snow removal effort will include more than 300 essential personnel, 120 fully-functional pieces of equipment and 10,800 tons of salt. City crews are continuing to remove large snow piles and continuing snow melting operations.

St. Patrick's Day Parad

Begins at N. Charles St. and ends at Pratt St.
Sunday, March 14

Celebration of the great Irish saint with floats parading across the city.

Historic Roundhouse Turntable Demonstrations

B&O Railroad Museum
Route Stop Number: 
Saturday, March 13

Learn how locomotives and rail cars are moved in and out of the historic 1884 Roundhouse. Watch museum staff operate the 60 foot wooden turntable for these demonstrations.


American Craft Council Show

Baltimore Convention Center
Route Stop Number: 
Thursday, February 25 - Sunday, February 28

The American Craft Council Show presents outstanding works by America's leading craftspeople for purchase by the public and to the trade.

Phase I of the Snow Emergency Plan Now Lifted in Baltimore City

Tuesday, February 23

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation would like to advise motorists that Phase I of the Snow Emergency Plan has been lifted in Baltimore City. This means that vehicles traveling on city roadways no longer need to be equipped with snow tires, all weather radials or chains.

Orange Route Modification: Stop No. 210 has been relocated.

Friday, February 19

To serve you better, a slight route modification on the CCC Orange Route will go into effect on Monday, February 22, 2010.  The University of Md BioPark Garage Stop (#210) has been relocated to the northeast corner of Baltimore and Poppleton Streets, in front of the UMB BioPark Garage. 

Service Alert: Service to Stops 222 and 224 temporarily suspended.

Wednesday, February 17

Due to snow, service to the Stop 222 (Pier 5) has been temporarily suspended.

Due to a water main break, service to Stop 224 (Central Avenue) has also been temporarily suspended.

Service to resume regular operating hours, Wednesday, February 17 with modified route.

Wednesday, February 17

The Circulator will resume regular operating hours, Wednesday, February 17. Service will not be provided to the Hollins Market area: Stops 211, 212 & 213.

The Circulator will be in service Tuesday, February 16 with modified hours and route.

Tuesday, February 16

The Circulator will be in service with the following modified hours: 6:30AM - 8:00PM

Service has been slated to end earlier than normal due to icing conditions after dark.

Updated route:

• Stops west of Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. will not be serviced.

Please note the above operating hours and shortened route will be in effect until further notice. Road conditions on portions of the route where service has been suspended will be assessd on an ongoing basis.

Mayor Reinstates Phase II of the Snow Emergency Plan Beginning at 5:00 a.m. Thursday

Thursday, February 11

Non-emergency vehicles are allowed to travel throughout the city; parking on snow emergency routes is prohibited; Mayor announces additional parking at Johns Hopkins University

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