Route 64 (MTA Maryland)

Route 64 (MTA Maryland)

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Route 64 (MTA Maryland)

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Route 64 is a bus route operated by the Maryland Transit Administration in Baltimore and its suburbs. The line currently runs from the intersection of North Avenue and St. Paul Street to Curtis Bay, with selected trips to Energy Parkway and Riviera Beach. The line also serves Federal Hill, Port Covington, and Brooklyn.

The bus route is the successor to the 6 Curtis Bay streetcar line.

History

Route 64 started operating in 1977 after a line known as Route 6 was split into several other lines. Its route has a history of being served by streetcars.

The No. 6 Curtis Bay Streetcar started operating in 1892. In 1929, the route was extended east from downtown Baltimore to Patterson Park. The line was extended again in 1935 to Orangeville after absorbing the eastern portion of the No. 4 Streetcar Line (a service presently provided on the west side by bus route 15 and on the east side by bus route 35). In 1948, the Curtis Bay-East Monument Street line was converted to a bus.

In 1959, Bus Route 6 absorbed Bus Route 29, the line that had operated between Roland Park and downtown (a service now provided by Route 61). While all trips had operated from Curtis Bay, the line had two branches from downtown: one to the east along Monument Street, and one to the north to Roland Park. This alignment continued for the next 18 years.

In 1977, Route 6 was split into four new...
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