We've heard 'em all.
There are so many half-truths, exaggerations, and urban legends about the Red Line, you could be forgiven for thinking it howls at the moon.
Just as there was opposition to Harborplace, Charles Center, the Beltway, the Bay Bridge, and many other important projects throughout Baltimore's history, there are some area residents who are intent on killing the Red Line at all costs, and will say anything to accomplish this goal.
This is unfortunate, because if such an effort were to succeed, it would squander the ten years of planning and millions of dollars that have already been invested in the Red Line. Worse, it would set back Baltimore's public transportation system for many decades, if not permanently.
Read on to see why these misleading claims miss the mark: