The MTA has scheduled the following changes in bus routes...

MTA changes

October 28, 1990

The MTA has scheduled the following changes in bus routes for this week. For more information, call 539-5000; TTY for the hearing-impaired, 539-3497.

New service

No. 1 -- Effective tomorrow, selected trips will be extended tthe new Baltimore Sun facility at Port Covington. These trips, which will not serve Fort McHenry, will operate via the regular southbound route to Fort Avenue and Lawrence Street, then via Lawrence Street to Key Highway to McComas Street and the new Sun facility. Return trips northbound will operate via McComas Street, Key Highway and Lawrence Street to Fort Avenue and then continue via regular route.

Temporary rerouting

The Hampden Halloween Party Tuesday necessitates the following route change between 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.

27 (Reisterstown Plaza station, Rogers station and Mount Washington Service) -- When southbound, via regular route on Falls Road to 37th Street, then east on 37th, south on Chestnut Avenue to 36th Street, then via regular route. When northbound, via regular route on Chestnut to 36th, then north on Chestnut, west on 37th, north on Falls, then via regular route.

No. 27 (Roland & University and via Cold Spring Service) -- When southbound, via regular route on Roland Avenue to 37th, then east on 37th, south on Chestnut to 36th, then via regular route. When northbound, via regular route on Chestnut to 36th, then north on Chestnut, west on 37th, north on Roland, then via regular route.

Continuing diversions

Construction work on Calhoun Street between WestwooAvenue and Cumberland Street necessitates the following temporary routes:

No. 21 -- Eastbound, via regular route on Cumberland to Carey Street, then south on Carey, west on Baker Street, south on Gilmor Street, then via regular route. No change westbound.

No. M3 -- Southbound, via regular route on Cumberland to Carey, then south on Carey, west on Baker, north on Gilmor, east on Cumberland to the layover. No change northbound.

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