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Dre’s ‪#‎breakfastbite‬.. Which one would be more beneficial to ‪#‎Baltimore‬, the Red Line or Gov. Hogan’s $135 million revamping of the bus system? Click to see more!


MrTerrence Teel Both! There should be provisions to begin both projects with that budget.

Tanisha Perry The “Red Line” Because No Matter How He Plans on Revamping The Buses They’re Still Gonna Be Late I.e the #54 Randallstown is never on time!!

Tiffany Gwopgetta I say the buses because the red line will never be done.

whthershey209 Why can’t we be like New York or DC? Their subway system gets u anywhere. We have just one line not the greatest

scotteps@drejohnson1 bus line is a definite short-term gain. Subway deployment and improvement would take at least 10 years, but this should have been compromised on before Hogan got into office. Bus overhauls should have happened a long time ago, not as a way to appease folks because the subway improvement project is off the table. #baltimore @92qjamsbaltimore #breakfastbite

1sickcharger@drejohnson1 gm bro how these knuckleheads put that money into the community for our troubled youth we gotta be the change instead of waiting for it #Early

_mizwright_  I think it’s a good plan. The bus needs an improvement in the schedules, staff and look and it seems that is what Hogan is doing Instead of making a meaningless red line. His improvements will get ppl without cars to places like Columbia, Bowie, Perryville etc. Without paying extra. Places whr jobs are hiring nd paying descent money. I say thumbs up Mr. Hogan.

prettyteefus@1sickcharger money doesn’t change communities, people do. Money doesn’t put trash in trash cans, people do. Money doesn’t create vacant as a drug dens, well, you get the picture. Once the people change, the neighborhood will.

1sickcharger@prettyteefus how bout we all entitled to our own opinion so why are you questioning mine yea ppl can change but giving the troubled youth alternative outlets to keep them busy and building up the community will also help A LOT

mufasa_del_rey metro expansion.

dcnadia Good question🙌🏽

subl_iminal Don’t make any new changes unless you can’t fix what’s broken. Fix the bus system first because the bus Fare is to high for the transportation to be so bad @drejohnson1

iamtiffparker@92qjamsbmore the bus system definitely.


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