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Baltimore City to resume removing abandoned vehicles Monday after pause during coronavirus pandemic

After being paused since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Baltimore City is resuming its program to remove abandoned vehicles.

Beginning Monday, the city’s Department of Transportation will resume the program for abandoned or illegally parked vehicles, according to a news release from the department.

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Residents who see vehicles they suspect are abandoned or illegally parked on public or private property are advised to contact 311 with as much information as possible about the vehicle, including any photos.

Once a resident makes a request, inspectors from the transportation department or Housing Authority of Baltimore City investigate. Violators “could be removed within several days,” according to the release.

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The department notes that such complaints, particularly those about vehicles on private property, usually take several weeks or more to be fully addressed.

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