Route 19 (MTA Maryland)

Route 19 (MTA Maryland)

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Route 19 (MTA Maryland)

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Route 19 is a bus route operated by the Maryland Transit Administration in Baltimore and its suburbs. The line currently runs from the State Center Metro Subway Station to the intersection of Harford Road and Northern Parkway, and from there, it splits into two branches. About one half of buses continue operating along Harford Road to the Carney Park-and-Ride just north of the I-695 interchange, and the other half to the intersection of Goucher Boulevard and Taylor Avenue in Towson via Northern, McLean Boulevard, Hillsway, and Taylor. The line serves the communities of Montebello, Hamilton, and Parkville.

The bus route is the successor to the 19 Harford Avenue streetcar line.

History

Route 19 was electrified as a streetcar along Harford Road in 1894. The line terminated in the north in Parkville and did not serve Carney. Service between Parkville and Carney was provided by Bus Route R from 1936 to 1948, and by Bus Route 53 from 1948 to 1956. The no. 19 line started providing service to Carney when it was converted to a bus in 1956.

In 1952, it was combined with the no. 31 streetcar, and extended to serve the corridor of Garrison Boulevard in West Baltimore. In 1956, the operation was converted to rubber tire buses.

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