MTA offers free rides on Commuter Bus #425 this week

Posted at 7:17 AM, Dec 12, 2016

Maryland commuters can leave their cars at home and catch a free bus ride this week.

The MTA is offering a complimentary ride on Commuter Bus #425, which travels between Baltimore City and Aberdeen. The bus connects Baltimore to White Marsh, Edgewood and Aberdeen Proving Ground in Harford County.

Free rides are offered from Monday, Dec. 12 to Friday, Dec. 16.

The MTA launched the new bus service in October as part of BaltimoreLink. Commuters who work at Aberdeen Proving Ground and already hold a monthly pass can be reimbursed by the MTA.    

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"Commuter Bus #425 is a great new reverse commute service and we want to encourage everyone to take advantage of it," MTA Administrator and CEO Paul Comfort said in a news release. "Once people who drive between Baltimore and Harford County see the ease, convenience and low cost of riding Commuter Bus #425, we are confident that many will choose to leave their cars home every workday."

Northbound morning services leaves from Wolfe and Monument streets at Johns Hopkins Hospital on weekdays.

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