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Lutherville Station: How promoting transit around Baltimore is easier said than done

One by one local luminaries from the public and private sectors took the stage at the Baltimore Convention Center Monday afternoon to praise regional transit investment efforts. There was Gov. Wes Moore urging participants at the Greater Baltimore Committee’s first-ever summit on public transportation and economic development to “give it everything we got — no rest, all gas, no brakes.” And Mayor Brandon Scott, who sees resurrection of the Red Line, the proposed multibillion-dollar east-west transit link, as a potential remedy for “redlining” that long hampered prosperity in West Baltimore. Devloper P. David Bramble of MCB Real Estate, who faces the sizable challenge of “re-imagining” Harborplace, was just as bullish. “If we can make [the Inner Harbor] cool enough for Baltimoreans, tourists will want to come here, too,” Bramble promised the more than 400 people in attendance.


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