Sevgi Erdogan Interviewed on WYPR about Towson Circulator

It’s been a decade in the making, but a free circulator bus for Towson is en route and should arrive next fall. This will operate as a three year pilot to determine if it’s viable.

The idea survived years of powerful opposition.

The Towson Circulator will not link up with a major transportation hub, like Baltimore’s Charm City Circulator, which stops at Penn Station. Despite that, Sevgi Erdogan, a professor at the University of Maryland’s National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education, said the Towson Circulator potentially could have a lot of riders because it will be linking two colleges, three hospitals and multiple businesses.

“So as a local service, it seems like there is good enough demand to justify the service,” Erdogan said.

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