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Larry Hogan announces $135M transit plan, revamped bus routes for Baltimore

Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday unveiled his long-awaited Red Line alternative, drawing mixed reviews from city officials and harsh criticism from Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz.

Hogan announced his administration is revamping Baltimore’s transit system with a $135 million plan that will begin immediately and could be fully implemented by June 2017. The plan, called BaltimoreLink, will introduce 12 high-frequency, color-coded bus routes that connect users to transit hubs, such as MARC Train stations, and major employers, such as Johns Hopkins. Those new routes will be named CityLink.

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