Route 35 (MTA Maryland)

Route 35 (MTA Maryland)

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Route 35 (MTA Maryland)

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Route 35 is a bus route operated by the Maryland Transit Administration in Baltimore and its suburbs. The line currently runs from White Marsh Mall to UMBC through the city of Baltimore, with selected peak hour trips to Landsdowne. The line serves the Essex campus of the Community College of Baltimore County, the corridors of Philadelphia Road, Pulaski Highway, Monument Street, and Wilkens Avenue, the communities of Rosedale, East Baltimore, Southwest Baltimore, Elm Ridge, and Arbutus (Landsdowne trips only), and several Metro stations.

The bus route is the successor to the 3 Wilkens Avenue and 6 Monument Street streetcar lines.

History

Route 35 starting operating with that designation on May 1, 1970 between Oliver Beach and downtown Baltimore, serving the Philadelphia Road/Pulaski Highway corridor. In 1971, the Oliver Beach section was extended to serve Bowleys Quarters.

Prior to this date, various other buses and streetcar routes served both sides of the present route. The no. 35 designation was also used for several other routes in the past. The most notable was a streetcar line that operated from Lorraine to downtown between 1920 and 1929 along a route similar to the present Route 15, which from 1929 to 1954 ran only from Lorraine to Walbrook. In 1954, this line was converted to a bus, and it 1966, it was merged into Route 15.. Btco.net (1966-01-30). Retrieved on...
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