The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) recently launched a $3.5 million project designed to upgrade and enhance the Mondawmin Transit Center.
To be completed by October, the project calls for installing new lighting and bus shelters; refurbishing a canopy; renovating an elevator tower; improving pedestrian pathways and ramps; and placing new signs at pedestrian crosswalks.
About 6,000 Metro subway riders use the transit center, making it one of the subway system’s busiest facilities, according to MTA.
The project is funded by a $2 million American Recovery and Reinvestment Act grant, as well as other federal and state dollars.
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