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Commuter Bus changes this weekend

Mark Berman

Here are some schedule changes that might impact riders of Maryland's Commuter Bus over the holiday weekend (courtesy of the Maryland Transit Administration):

For starters, the Commuter Bus will not operate on Monday (Labor Day).

There will also be an amended schedule for the Commuter Bus on Friday.

BALTIMORE SERVICE:

310, 320, 410, 411 -- No change.

420 -- No change. Midday Trip A will operate as scheduled.

WASHINGTON, D.C., SERVICE:

901 -- Double Trip 31 (midday) and Trip 32 (2:40). The buses on both trips 31 and 32 will consolidate at the 301 Park & Ride, with one trip continuing on to Smallwood/Blue
Crabs Stadium and one trip continuing on to South Potomac Church and La Plata Park and Ride. The South Potomac/La Plata bus will stop at Jo-Ann's upon request. Trips #42 and #59 will not run.

902 -- Double Trip 19 (2:45). Both buses will make all stops. Trip #33 will not run.

903 -- No change.

904 -- Double Trip 16 (3 p.m.). The buses will consolidate at Pindell Park & Ride, with one trip continuing on to North Beach. Trip #25 will not run.

905 -- Double Trip 24 (midday) and Trip #25 (2:15). The buses will consolidate at Charlotte Hall, with one trip continuing on to California. Trips #39 and #44 will not run.

907, 909, 915, 922 -- No changes.

929 -- Double Trip #13 (1 p.m.). Both #13 trips will make regularly scheduled stops. Trip #23 will not run.

950 & 991 -- No changes.

995 -- Special midday trip departs 19th and M streets at 1 p.m., arriving at Broken Land Park and Ride at 2:20 p.m.; continuing on to Clarksville and arriving at approximately 2:30 p.m. Trip #23 will not run.

By Mark Berman  | September 2, 2010; 12:00 PM ET
Categories:  Commuter Bus, Maryland  
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