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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.


AGY OCC Building Leak Remediation:
DESCRIPTION:  This is to repair leaks, associated deterioration of brick pavers, and the failure of caulk/grout at the street and lower levels of MTA’s Operation Control Center Building. This facility is located at 301 North Eutaw Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201.

The work involves removal and replacement of existing brick panels and granite panels, regrouting, sealing and caulking of joints, spalls and shallow concrete repairs, hot-mix asphalt for positive drainage, clean out drainpipes and troughs, weep hole installation in planter boxes, maintenance and protection of pedestrian traffic, and all other works directed by the Engineer.

IMPACT:  Work will take place from 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM on weekdays.  Work done in the building will not have a public impact.  Work done at street level, outside of the building, will have orange safety fence and chain link construction fence in work zones to delineate the work and protect the public and pedestrian traffic.

AGY Repairs to Lexington Market Street Grate No. 01:
DESCRIPTION:  This contract is for the repairs to Lexington Market Street Grate No. 01.  The work involves fabrication of support and clip angles for the street grate support beams and installation of support and clip angles.

IMPACT: Center turn lane on N. Eutaw Street will be closed from 7am-3:30pm or as otherwise dictated by pending Baltimore City permit.  MOT will be installed daily.  Note that there are currently plastic barriers in this area, so the impact from this project is not expected to be any different from what is currently in place.


Metro System-Wide Door Repairs
DESCRIPTION:  Metro Subway is repairing/replacing doors, frames and hardware at 14 stations: Owings Mills, Old Court, Milford Mill, Reisterstown Plaza, Rogers Avenue, West Cold Spring, Mondawmin, Penn North, Upton , State Center, Lexington Market, Charles Center, Shot Tower Marketplace & Johns Hopkins.

IMPACT: Work will be taking place during peak and off-peak hours depending on accessibility of area, and to minimize any impacts to riders.  Doors and frames will be replaced and the work is scheduled to run through the next couple months. 

Milford Mill Station Platform Repairs:
DESCRIPTION:  Repair the concrete on the Milford Mill Metro Station passenger platform. The work includes installation and maintenance of pedestrian safety measures, removal of deteriorated concrete, placement of new concrete and replacement of existing concrete expansion joints.

IMPACT: The station will be open during construction and trains will be in service. Construction will run through the end of July 2024.  Pedestrian signage will be in place regarding access to all stairs, escalators and elevators. Single tracking may occur for short periods during revenue hours on Saturday and Sunday.  All work is weather permitting since this is an outdoors project.


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MARC Muirkirk Station Repairs - Phase 1
DESCRIPTION: These repairs involve a video inspection and blockage removal in an existing 36” Pipe at the MARC Muirkirk Station in Laurel, Maryland.

IMPACT:  Repairs are expected to last through July 2024.  The contractor will be blocking off 9-12 parking spaces at the southern end of the parking lot to allow for staging and materials storage.  This project will not affect patrons or train service.