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The proximity to the capital

In Baltimore, a city that is known for many serials of recent years, has its own subway. While in Baltimore, which is located in Maryland, is located not far from Washington, and there could be sufficient to reach its own branch, it is still there, it was decided to build a separate station, which could meet the needs of the city and not to load line Washington. Therefore, the decision on the establishment of metropolitan city with 2.5 million of inhabitants, was made in 1972. After some time, began active construction, which has been completed (including the last plots) in 1994. By the time it was deposited more than 90 percent of all lines, and the last site was just over 2 kilometers, so it passed very quickly. Taken together, the metro has a length of about 25 kilometers, which allows it to cover the two subway lines, most of the city. Also there are still lines that connect the associate Baltimore with Washington. They can change seats if you go to Penn Station or Camden Yards - only two stations with the blue line, which give people the opportunity to take advantage of the railroad and go from Baltimore to the capital.

Simplicity - ease of collateral

The structure of the subway here is very simple - two branches, which are located at a slight angle to each other, and the green line is much shorter and out of town in one direction only, although the Blue line runs through the city on both sides. And it is this thread going much further and still nodivides the airport and at another railway station. Thus, this line is the most important, because it was she who collects almost all coming to town, and goes round the points of those who leave the city. The distance between the different overtake is here. North of the city is not so densely populated, so there Stretches large, it can be easily seen by looking at the map. At the same time, if you look a little lower, we can see that the city center and the south have the highest density of plants. This feature appeared due to the fact that the proximity of the capital States played a decisive role in the number of stations in this area. The speed underground is not very high, because it is impossible for such small spans to drive at high speed in order to avoid injuries.

Convenient Metro

As for the location of the underground, it can be called shallow underground, because the subway is at a depth of 16 to 34 feet underground. Just 10 kilometers paths are underground in the city - the other station, located on the outskirts and suburbs, which are rather densely populated, located on the surface. Total, the majority of stations in this city are on the ground, while a minority is located under the ground - everything is done for convenience and safety, because if something happens to the exit would have to run very far, as well as in humans there are higher chances of survival. So, as you can see, most subways in the U.S. are built for the convenience of residents of large cities.

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