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MTA to partially shutdown Baltimore Metro Friday for construction

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Posted at 7:07 PM, Jul 18, 2016
and last updated 2016-07-18 19:07:50-04

Baltimore's metro subway riders will have to make a different travel plans starting Friday, July 22.

The Maryland Transit Administration will partially shutdown the metro subway for safety repairs. 

The Reisterstown Plaza, Rogers Avenue and West Cold Spring stations will be completely closed for the critical repairs. The MTA will offer a free shuttle bus to riders from the Milford Mill station south to the Mondawmin station.

All other stations will be open and run as normal.

The MTA expects to have all the repairs and the system up and running normally by Aug. 15.

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