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MTA to launch radio station in Baltimore this week

The MTA will launch a radio station in Baltimore this week.

The Maryland Transit Administration will launch a radio station in Baltimore Thursday.

"The Maryland Transportation Channel " on WTTZ-93.5 FM — the first new radio station in Baltimore since 1988 — will offer traffic, transit and Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport information, the MTA said.

The station will feature news from the MTA, Maryland Aviation Administration, Maryland Transportation Authority, State Highway Administration, Maryland Port Administration and Motor Vehicle Administration news.

The WTTZ launch at 10:30 a.m. Thursday will be simulcast on WMVK-107.3 FM and include a live presentation of the new station's traffic and transportation feature, officials said.

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