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As a matter of safety and improving the transit experience for our customers and all our state’s citizens, the Maryland Transit Administration works continuously to maintain and improve our infrastructure and facilities statewide. Here are some of the projects we’re working on currently and those that are most likely to have an impact on the traveling public.


Mondawmin Elevator Replacement
DESCRIPTION:  This Contract is for the construction, removal, and replacement of two elevators at Mondawmin Metro Station including any equipment that has outlived its useful life and a redesign of both elevator enclosures. 

IMPACT:  On or about 01/10/22 both elevators will be removed from service; they will reopen in Spring of 2023. Barriers will be constructed in the Public Areas to protect the work area and the public from exposure to construction hazards.  Patrons will be alerted of elevators closure date via signage, notifications, and social media. Patrons needing ADA access should utilize West Cold Spring or Penn-North METRO stations. There are fixed bus route services from West Cold Spring Station and Penn North Station for patrons to get to and from Mondawmin Station.


None at this time.


North Avenue Rising:  Corridor Improvements
DESCRIPTION:  Corridor improvements to North Avenue from Hilton Parkway to North Rose Street in Baltimore City.  Work includes pavement reconstruction, ADA sidewalk and ramp improvements, and replacement of an old bus pad (Druid Hill Westbound). Additional signs and pavement markings will also be installed for improved public safety in various locations.

IMPACT: Various lane closures, pedestrian detours, and relocated bus stops along the 5 miles of North Ave, from Hilton Parkway to North Rose Street.  Contractor is currently working Monday – Sunday, 7:00am – 3:00pm.  Impacts will be in the areas of Maryland Ave and McMechen St.

BUS Patapsco Ave Comfort Park-n-Ride Station
DESCRIPTION: This Contract is for the installation of a prefabricated restroom facility, including providing water, sanitary sewer, electrical services, temporary parking facilities, and asphalt patching within the Patapsco Avenue Light Rail Station.  Work involves new concrete sidewalk, asphalt patching with full depth HMA pavement, saw-cutting, site furnishings, restroom facility, maintenance of traffic, erosion and sediment control measures, site clearing for construction of sanitary sewer.

IMPACT: Contractor anticipates mobilizing in January and will be working 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM, Monday – Friday. No weekend work is currently anticipated. Impacts to the Light Rail station will be limited; Light Rail service will not be disrupted. Work will take place in two locations. The first location is at the intersection of Indiana Ave and Baltimore St. This work will require temporarily closing the road, but a steel plate will be available in case emergency vehicles need to get in and out of the area. The second location of work will be where the structure is being constructed at the Park-n-Ride parking lot. Bus pickup and drop off location will be altered from the western side of the lot to the middle access lane.


None at this time.


Riverside Heavy Maintenance Facility
DESCRIPTION: Construction of the MARC Riverside Heavy Maintenance Building (RHMB) located in the Riverside Yard,1600 Ludlow St. in Baltimore City.

IMPACT: Construction Traffic including Dump Trucks and Equipment and Material Deliveries will enter and exit Ludlow Street onto Fort Ave during the hours of 6am through 6pm Monday through Saturday.