The governor is offering a series of poorly timed and badly publicized workshops throughout Baltimore, several of which have already occurred. One of the primary aims of these workshops is to generate a list of useful color names because Orange, Purple and Green are already taken by the Charm City Circulator and, in the words of Rahn, "There's only so many colors." Concerned citizens can submit to the needlessly complicated Transit Improvement Plan Comment Form to let Rahn know that, grammatically speaking, the phrase is "There ARE only so many colors" and some of those other colors include, but are not limited to, chartreuse, ocher, burnt sienna, cobalt, puce, plum, black, gray, cyan, magenta, ecru, olive, saffron, pistachio, and teal. Second, images of possible colors or questions such as, "Are you basing city bus route plans on how many colors you can name in an hour?" should be posted at mtamaryland.mysidewalk.com. Finally, art students, graphic designers and parents can donate boxes of Color-aid colored paper, crayon stumps (wrapper on, please), or Pantone Chip Guides to PETE K. RAHN, Secretary of Transportation, Office of Secretary, Department of Transportation, P. O. Box 548, 7201 Corporate Center Drive, Hanover, MD 21076-0548.