"If you are going to drink, don't drive," said Anne Arundel County Police Department Spokesman Justin Mulcahy. "Establish a designated sober driver ahead of time or make arrangements to call for a cab or to utilize other forms of public transportation."
On New Year's Eve and throughout the weekend, Mulcahy said the department will be on the lookout for impaired drivers. Anne Arundel County citizens who observe vehicles operated by impaired drivers should call police at 410-222-8610 and offer a description of the vehicle, tag number and direction of travel.
For your convenience, the following taxicab companies are based in the Glen Burnie area.
Local TaxicabS: glen burnie
AA County Cab
7060 Aviation Blvd.
504 Crain Highway S.
Baltimore Taxi Cab Association Inc.
215 Ritchie Ln.
7420 Zachary Ln.
Glen Burnie Taxi Inc.
7416 E. Furnace Branch Rd.
If you're headed out in Baltimore, the Maryland Transit Administration is offering free rides in the Baltimore metro area on New Year's Eve until the early hours of New Years Day.
Read about it on North Baltimore Patch at: northbaltimore.patch.com/articles/mta-offers-free-rides-new-years-eve.
Edgewater-Davidsonville Editor Mitchelle Stephenson contributed to this article.