What this corridor could use is a terminal hub to feed bus, MARC and perhaps streetcar riders into the existing Metro, by far the city's best, fastest, and highest capacity transit line. Virtually every modern rail transit line has a major feeder hub. Why not Baltimore? Years ago, city and state planners identified an excellent site at Edison Highway along the Amtrak/MARC tracks — just over a mile from Hopkins — with future extensions possible to Bayview, Dundalk, Middle River and White Marsh, all without additional tunneling. The entire city could benefit. For example, it now takes the #5 bus about 50 minutes to go from this location to Mondawmin, while the Metro would do it in about 15 minutes. Downtown would take about five minutes. If the current Red Line is built as planned, Baltimore will never see any of these improvements to the Metro.