Maryland Transit

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Hundreds of thousands of times each day Maryland residents turn to the MTA for their transportation needs. For nearly 200 years, public transportation has transformed the way Maryland residents travel to work, shopping destinations, recreational areas and more. As they continue to serve their citizens in the 21st century, their commitment to "old fashioned" customer service remains as timeless as ever.

Their Mission

With dignity and respect, the MTA provides and supports accessible transit networks that are customer focused, safe, appealing, reliable, and efficient throughout Maryland.

Their Vision

With great people providing quality service, they will be the best transit agency in the United States.

Their Values

The MTA holds the following as key values:

They will:

Metro Subway

The 15.5-mile, 14 station Metro Subway system operates from the Owings Mills corporate and shopping complex in Baltimore County, through the heart of Downtown Baltimore’s business, shopping and sightseeing districts to world-renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Smoking, eating, drinking, and playing radios or audio devices without earphones are not permitted by law on the Metro Subway. Bicycles are permitted on all MTA Light Rail and Metro Subway service except on crowded trains. If the train is crowded due to morning or evening rush hour, sporting events or special events, please wait for the next train.

Light Rail

The Light Rail operates at street level, traveling on bridges to cross several bodies of water. There are 33 station stops along the system with vending machines, as the Light Rail is a "barrier free" system. Purchase a ticket from the ticket vending machine before boarding Light Rail.

MARC Train

The MARC (Maryland Area Regional Commuter) Train Service is a commuter rail system that operates three lines of service that include Harford County, Maryland; Baltimore City; Washington D.C.; Brunswick, Maryland; Frederick, Maryland and Martinsburg, West Virginia. MARC Train operates on weekdays only with limited service on select holidays. Train service is offered during morning and evening rush hours only on the Brunswick and Camden Line, with all day and late evening service on the Penn Line.

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Maryland Transit
6 St. Paul St.
Baltimore, MD 21202-1614
United States

(410) 539-5000

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