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An afternoon commute through the Baltimore city metro is a stressful, sometimes nerve-racking affair.

That’s why the Maryland Transit Administration’s (MTA) bus fleet has been a lightning rod in the public debate over bus-sharing.

While most riders get by with the Metrobus and the Blue Line, a new bus-share program, called M2, has been gaining popularity in the city and beyond.

The system, launched in October, will let riders hop on the Metro’s M2 bus to a destination in the metro area.

It’s designed to ease overcrowding on the bus and, in the process, make commuting on the city bus more convenient.

Here’s what you need for the journey.

What is M2?

M2 is a new service that connects commuters in Baltimore’s suburbs to a new, more efficient Metro bus service.

The M2 program, which operates from a few locations, is designed to reduce congestion on Metrobus routes.

The program is designed specifically to help alleviate bus overcrowding and to provide more options for people who commute by foot, bike or other public transportation.

Metrobus is an iconic, century-old bus company that has been the backbone of Baltimore’s transit system for decades.

The buses that service the metro were built in the 1920s.

They have an aging and aging infrastructure that can get congested, but Metrobus has been able to offer a more efficient service with the help of technology that is improving the efficiency of the system.

That includes improved buses, better routing and better communication with the driver.

Metro also has a fleet of buses, but the M2 service will have a much higher number of vehicles.

What’s new about M2 ?

The M1 program started operating in Baltimore in March and is expected to reach the suburbs in early 2019.

M1 is an improved version of the MetroBus service, but it does not include all of the features that are offered in the M1 system.

It also does not offer free WiFi or a smartphone app.

M2 will include those features.

The MTA said that the new M2 buses will offer a range of options, including one option that will have the driver pay for a ticket, another option that offers WiFi and a smartphone, and another option where the driver pays for a fare and a phone call.

The driver can also use the phone to call a number of M2 stations to ask for a ride to the destination.

There are no restrictions on the number of passengers or the number or distance from the bus to the station.

The bus stops will be closer together, with one seat closer together than in M1.

What will M2 cost?

M1 passengers will pay $4.99 for a two-day pass, or $11.99 per day for a month.

A pass will have two-hour charge, but a longer trip will be free.

M3 passengers will have to pay $19.99 a day.

The $9.99 monthly pass will include a smartphone and an app, but not WiFi or the phone app.

There is a $5.99 discount for those who get a smartphone with M2.

The discount will be available to those who receive the M3 pass or a one-time $50 discount.

Those who get the M4 pass will pay nothing.

What about other routes?

M3 and M4 are only available on routes that are not in use.

The MetroBus will continue to run on those routes.

M5, which is a separate service, will operate on routes.

Metrobus says that M2 and M3 routes will be able to operate for three more years, starting in 2019.

The agency says the new service will be rolled out in phases, starting with the new routes in 2018 and extending to other areas by 2021.

What else is going on?

The MTA says that it is investing $500 million to upgrade the system’s network.

The Maryland Transit Authority will also offer $150 million to support the pilot program. 

MTA CEO John Deasy said that during the pilot, the agency was able to meet with private companies and stakeholders and find solutions that were affordable, sustainable and cost-effective.

Deasy says the M5 pilot will help Baltimore become more transit-oriented.

“It’s a step in the right direction.

We know how important public transit is to our citizens,” he said.

M2 and the M6 program The Maryland Transit Agency will also be rolling out a new M3 service starting in 2021.

This new service, which will be operated on routes outside the metro, will provide a more direct route to the Metro.

The new M1 service will also operate on M3 or M4 routes.

Deassey says that the M7 and M8 programs will be similar to the M9 and M10 programs that operate on Metro routes in the Baltimore area.

The Baltimore City Council will have more information about these programs and the MTA’s plans for