Annapolis Transit to begin new service to BWI on...

BWI Digest

November 12, 2001

Annapolis Transit to begin new service to BWI on Thursday

Travelers soon will be able to ride to Baltimore-Washington International Airport from Annapolis on a new route provided by the Annapolis Transit system. The Sky Blue bus route, which begins service Thursday, will run every two hours between BWI and Annapolis Transit's Spa Road Transfer Point at the Department of Public Works.

Buses will operate from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sundays.

Customers may take any Annapolis Transit bus (except the Brown Route), walk, get a ride or take a taxi to connect with the Sky Blue Route at Spa Road, where there is no parking.

The Sky Blue route will serve BWI and light rail, MARC, Amtrak and the Arundel Mills shopping mall. The fare is $3 one way, and exact change is required. Orange commuter passes also may be used, and customers are asked to arrive 15 minutes before departure.

Information: 410-263-7964, or

Transportation Authority seeks police candidates

The Maryland Transportation Authority (MdTA) Police Department, which is responsible for security and law enforcement at BWI, the authority's toll facilities and the port of Baltimore, is recruiting officer candidates and cadets.

Interested candidates must attend an initial interview conducted by the Recruiting Unit and participate in a two-hour orientation. After orientation, prospective candidates will receive information about the department and be asked to complete an application. Forms will be reviewed, and applicants who meet department standards will receive a date to take a written examination.

The next available orientation and initial interviews are scheduled at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 5, Jan. 2 and Feb. 6. Orientation is to be held in the MdTA Police Academy multipurpose room at Headquarters, 4330 Broening Highway in Baltimore. Information or to speak with a recruiter: 410-288-8533/8544 or www.mdtransportationauthority. com.

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