No more University of Maryland stops for food trucks?
It looks that way.
Chowhound Burger Wagon, Souper Freak, Iced Gems and the Gypsy Queen all made weekly stops near the corner of Baltimore and Greene streets to vend for to the university and hospital crowd.
But if food trucks are no longer allowed to operate Downtown (and it looks that way), the U of M stop will have to stop.
"Downtown Area" begins
the area beginning at a point of intersection at the northwest corner of W. Pratt Street and Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard; binding on the west of said Martin Luther Kind, Jr. Boulevard and running in a northerly direction to a point of intersection with the north side of W. Franklin Street, thence running easterly along W. Franklin and N. Paca Streets; binding on the northern right-of-way line of Druid Hill Avenue running easterly crossing N. Eutaw Street in a straight line and continuing along the northern right-of-way line of Centre Street easterly to intersect the eastern right-of-way line of the Fallsway; thence binding on the eastern right-of-way line of the Fallsway running southerly to intersect the southern curbline of E. Fayette Street following the southern right-of-way of E. Fayette Street to the westerly right-of-way of the Jones Falls Boulevard to intersect the southern right-of-way of Pratt Street thence westerly to the point of beginning.
I got kind of lost at the southern curbline of E. Fayette Street but the way I read this, the popular food truck stop at Pratt and Commerce streets is now off limits, too.