MTA: Baltimore Metro

Metro Subway is the Rapid transist system that serves Baltimore, the largest city in Maryland, USA.
Public transportation is mostly provided by the MTA Maryland and Charm City Circulator.

Metro Subway lines and stations

The Metro Subway’s route is a single line, the green line, with 14 stations in 24,5 kms.
It shouldnt be called underground as most parts of the line are elevated or at surface level.
Stations: Owings Mills, Old Court, Milford Mill, Reisterstown Plaza, Rogers Avenue, West Coldspring, Mondawmin, Penn-North, Upton/Avenue Market, State Center/Cultural Center, Lexington Market, Charles Center, Shot Tower/Market Place, Johns Hopkins Hospital

There is also a 3 lines Light Rail that complements Metro Subway routes.

  • The Light Rail Hunt Valley – BWI Marshall Airport
  • Hunt Valley/Timonium – Cromwell Station/Glen Burnie
  • Penn Station – Camden Yards

Light rail lines operate every 20 minutes from 5:00 am to 12:00 am on Mon to Fri, from 6:00 am to 12:00 am on Saturdays, and from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm on Sundays.

  • Known as: Metro Subway
  • Lines: 1 (green line)
  • Stations: 14
  • Total length: 24,5kms
  • Opening: November 21, 1983
  • Website:: http://mta.maryland.gov/metro-subway
  • Passengers/year: 15 millions

Schedule and frecuency

There is a train every 8 minutes in peak hours and every 11 minutes the rest of the day. Every 15 minutes on weekends.
Metro Subway daily service is from 5.00 am to 12.00 am from Monday to Friday and from 6.00 am to 12.00 am in the weekends.

Fares and Tickets

  • One-Way: USD $1.60
  • Day Pass*: USD $3.50
    Multi-Trip

  • Weekly Pass: USD $16.50
  • Monthly Pass: USD $64.00
    Senior/Disability Fares

  • One-Way: USD $0.55
  • Day Pass*: USD $1.20
  • Monthly Pass: USD $16.50

*Unlimited rides on Local Bus, Light Rail, and Metro Subway for one specific day.

Connection to the airport

Baltimore has 2 airports: Baltimore–Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport(BWI), and Martin State Airport.
You can get to BWI Airport by the Baltimore Light Rail, and Amtrak and MARC Train at BWI Rail Station.

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