Route 210 (MTA Maryland)

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Route 210
Overview
System Maryland Transit Administration
Livery Express BusLink
Status active
Began service 2017
Route
Locale Baltimore City
Anne Arundel County
Queen Anne's County
Communities served Baltimore
Annapolis
Kent Island
Landmarks served Downtown Baltimore
Johns Hopkins Hospital
University of Maryland, Baltimore
Westfield Annapolis
Church Circle
Start Johns Hopkins Hospital (Wolfe/Monument Sts.)
Via Interstate 97, U.S. Route 50
End Kent Narrows Park & Ride
Other routes Annapolis Transit
Baltimore Metro Subway
Baltimore Light Rail
Service
Level Weekday peak only
Operates 5:25 am to 6:51 pm [1]
Fare $5.00 (Between AA County and Baltimore)
$6.00 (Queen Anne's County)

Route 210 is an express bus route that operates to downtown Baltimore and Johns Hopkins Hospital from Annapolis and Kent Island on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.[2][3]

History[edit]

Route 210 was launched on March 1, 2017 as a new express line connecting Maryland's capital city and Eastern Shore to Downtown Baltimore.[4][5] A segment of the new BaltimoreLink system, Route 210 connects Baltimore's employment centers (Johns Hopkins Hospital, Financial District, University of Maryland, Inner Harbor, and others) to the state government center in Annapolis via Interstate 97 and U.S. 50. In Kent Island, Route 210 stops at the Stevensville Park & Ride and Kent Narrows Park & Ride.[6][7]

Route 215 was launched in tandem with Route 210, as a reserved directional line traveling from Baltimore to Annapolis.[8][9]

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