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Ok.  The 35 did take you directly to White Marsh.  I thought you were talking about Towson.  How did you get directly to Arundel Mills pre-BL?

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The 14

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And the #36 used to go all the way to York Road and Northern Parkway.

Now, it takes multiple transfers.

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I've personally noticed that the Red Line that replaced the 8 and 48 has been consistently late/no-show.

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The #29 to Brooklyn is a joke. Never on time. And two consecutive days, I saw 4 buses back-to-back-to-back-back of the #29. Every time I catch the #29 to work, it's 20 to 30 minutes late.

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MTA complaint line (410) 333-2354.

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1 hour ago, Baltimatt said:

MTA complaint line (410) 333-2354.

Is that a hint? :)

 

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1 hour ago, Rob said:

Is that a hint? :)

 

Yes.  Call and complain, complain, and complain.

I missed a bus once because it was running early.  I called, and the telephone agent had the dispatcher make the bus turn around and start the route again.

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Makes no sense to have 4 buses right behind each other.

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Sucks to hear this sounds like it's been a disaster.

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On 10/9/2017 at 8:30 PM, Baltimatt said:

Yes.  Call and complain, complain, and complain.

I missed a bus once because it was running early.  I called, and the telephone agent had the dispatcher make the bus turn around and start the route again.

Wow that is impressive.

To all you strap hangers .... i would suggest you put that number  on speed dial on your cell.... and use it!

From a practical viewpoint you can be the eyes and ears of those that dispatch etc.....they can't be out on the street monitoring every bus.

So you calling gives them insight as to what is REALLY GOING ON.....that will make the system better....hopefully.

Just a suggestion

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