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MD: Commuter Bus Starts Rolling Between Baltimore and Aberdeen Proving Ground

Commuters can now take a bus directly from downtown Baltimore to Aberdeen Proving Ground, Harford County's largest employer, thanks to a new route launched earlier this month by the Maryland Transit Administration.
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