She recently moved to Halethorpe from Ellicott City to shorten her journey to her job at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., every day.

She said she would love the ability to get breakfast in Halethorpe.

"Sometimes I'm very hungry, and I have to wait to eat at Union Station," Zhang said last week as she waited at the renovated station. "I would love to have it here.

"It's perfect," she said of the new food truck's pending arrival.

Zhang said she is looking forward to seeing the truck's menu and sampling the different options.

"The more. the better," she said. "I like all varieties of food."

Catonsville resident James Kitchel has been making the daily commute to Washington, D.C., from the Halethorpe station since the summer of 2005.

He said he has seen two other attempts at food vendors in the past eight years and hopes the new truck will provide some new and exciting options for commuters like himself.

"It would be great," Kitchel said as he waited for the train last week. "There's nothing right along [Southwestern Boulevard] here."

He said he is looking forward to visiting the food truck and hopes the menu will be more interesting than Get Food Go's failed predecessors.

"They've got to be able to be fast. The coffee has to be good. And they have to have something more interesting than a shrink-wrapped blueberry muffin," Kitchel said on the components he felt were crucial to a food truck's success with commuters..

"I come from Catonsville and it's always like, do I go through the drive through at McDonald's or to 7-Eleven or what?" Kitchel said. "It would be nice to be able to get here and then know that I can get a cup of coffee."