Overview & Timeline

Project Overview

The proposed Red Line is a 14.1-mile, east-west transit line connecting the http://www.universitypharmacy.ca/best-price-cialis-online areas of Woodlawn, Edmondson Village, West Baltimore, downtown Baltimore, Harbor East, Fell's Point, Canton and the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center Campus.

The Red Line would provide enhanced mobility and connecting service to Baltimore's existing transit systems - MARC commuter service, metro, light rail and local and commuter bus routes.

Download the Red Line Fact Sheetpdf_icon

 

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Community-Friendly
Light Rail Transit

Light rail vehicles are modern streetcars, powered by overhead wires. New features include:

  • Shorter, narrower light rail vehicles
  • Low floors allow passengers to board without climbing stairs
  • Quiet operation
  • Neighborhood stations convenient to pedestrians

Benefits

  • Improved east-west mobility and reduced travel times
  • Access to suppliers of viagra in uk major employment centers
  • Connects to Light Rail, Metro, MARC and buses
  • Supports community revitalization and Transit-Oriented Development
  • Creates thousands of construction jobs

Highlights

  • 14.1 total miles
  • 8.7 surface miles
  • 4.7 tunnel miles (Cooks Lane & Downtown)
  • 0.7 aerial miles (over I-695 and ramps;
    Woodlawn Drive; and between
    Highlandtown/Greektown & Bayview Campus Station)
  • 19 stations, 5 underground
  • Parking at 5 stations
  • Capitol cost: $2.6 billion
  • 55,000 daily riders
  • Travel time: 45 minutes
  • Construction: 2015-2022
  • 26 LRT vehicles
  • Frequency of wow look it generic viagra professional Service: 10 minutes

Milestones

2011:

Begin Preliminary Engineering

2012:

FTA Acceptance of Final Environmental Impact Statement

2013:

FTA Issuance, Record of Decision

2013-2016:

Engineering Phase

2015:

Federal Funding Commitment

2015-2022:

Construction

2022:

Operation

Project's Major Milestones pdf icon