BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Maryland Transit Administration is temporarily suspending nine more bus routes amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The route suspensions begin Monday and last through May 18.

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Affected routes include:

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  • Route 201 Gaithersburg to BWI Airport/MARC
  • Route 203 Columbia to Bethesda
  • Route 220 Annapolis/Truman to Washington D.C.
  • Route 230 Severna Park/Annapolis/Truman to Washington D.C.
  • Route 240 Kent Island to Washington D.C.
  • Route 250 Kent Island/Davidsonville to Washington D.C.
  • Route 260 Severna Park/Davidsonville to Washington D.C.
  • Route 335 Clarksville/Columbia to Washington D.C.
  • Route 345 Elliott City/Columbia to Washington D.C.

Late last week, the MTA announced nearly a dozen routes in Baltimore were also being temporarily suspended due to a significant drop in ridership.

Those routes include:

  • Express BusLink Route 103
  • Express BusLink Route 104
  • Express BusLink Route 105
  • Express BusLink Route 115
  • Express BusLink Route 120
  • Express BusLink Route 150
  • Express BusLink Route 154
  • Express BusLink Route 160
  • Express BusLink Route 164
  • Local Link 38
  • Local Link 92

For the latest service changes, click here.

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