Listen: Moving stories about getting around Baltimore
Everybody has a story. Earlier this month, some Baltimoreans got a chance to tell their tales.
The Maryland Humanities Council and the Stoop Storytelling Series teamed up for Moving Stories: Getting Around Baltimore, in which Charm City residents volunteered to speak about their experiences getting around the city.
WYPR-FM recorded two of these stories and was kind enough to share them with us. First is Gayle Hefner, an attorney who tells of getting around Baltimore's buses, sidewalks and crosswalks in a wheelchair.
The last storyteller was Jessica Keller, Director of Service Development at MTA. She talks about how she adjusted to the new commute that came along with her new job.
Washington-area residents also have stories to tell. What is the most memorable transportation tale you have about getting around our region?
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