The Charm City Circulator To Discontinue Several Stops Due To Construction

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation would like to advise citizens that several stops along the Charm City Circulator’s Orange and Green Routes will be closed due to construction.

As a result of long-term construction projects in the Harbor East area, the Charm City Circulator will close the following stops on Sunday, February 28, 2016:

  • 226/118 (Harbor East)
  • 227/119 (Lancaster Street)
  • 120 (Maritime Park – eastbound)
  • 121 (Caroline Street)
  • 122 (Fell’s Point)
  • 106 (Maritime Park – westbound)

A temporary stop on Fleet Street near the intersection of S. Caroline Street (going eastbound) has been added to accommodate riders.

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