Watch: Baltimore Subway will remain closed for a month for emergency repairs

The Maryland Transit Authority announced over the weekend that the Baltimore subway won’t reopen anytime soon. Safety inspections found the need for emergency repairs that can’t wait for the summer. The governor has allocated $2.2 million in emergency funds for free coach buses on the subway’s old routes. The roughly 40,000 daily subway riders aren’t happy, but the MTA says safety comes first.


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