Those end-of-the month visits to the Motor Vehicle Administration’s Bel Air branch should be a little brighter during the holiday season, as the facility features decorations in the theme of the 2004 hit film, “The Polar Express.”
Maryland Department of Transportation MVA branches across the state “tend to see an uptick in traffic” at the end of each month for matters such as renewing vehicle paperwork, according to agency spokesperson Porlan Cunningham.
“Coming into the MVA branch and seeing the festive holiday decorations makes the trip a little more joyful,” Cunningham said earler this week. “It’s definitely brought a lot of good positive energy to the branch.”
People visiting the Bel Air branch at 501 W. Macphail Road will see customer service counters decorated like a train ticket booth and the Polar Express train, with a small locomotive at the end of the long counter.
Each customer service window at that counter has been decorated to resemble a window on a train car.