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Ride the Baltimore Metro Subway

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          The Baltimore Metro Subway is Maryland’s small subway system. Less than half of the Baltimore Metro Subway is underground. The rest is above the ground. The Baltimore subway is a simple subway system that consists of only one subway line with 14 stop stations on it. If you will be traveling to the Baltimore area you may want to consider travel on the Metro subway system.


Step 1

The Maryland subway is a 15.5 mile Metro subway system that runs through downtown Baltimore’s sightseeing and shopping district. The only Baltimore Metro subway stations that have parking are Owings Mills, Old Court, Millford Mill, Reisterstown Plaza, Rogers Avenue, West Cold Spring, and Mondawmin. There are no parking stations at the other Metro stops.


Step 2

Familiarize yourself with the Baltimore metro subway line. It begins at John Hopkins Hospital and ends at Owings Mills. The line stops along the way at Shot Tower/Market Place, Charles Center, Lexington Market, State Center/Cultural Center, Uptown/Avenue Market, Penn-North, Mondawmin, West Cold Spring, Rogers Avenue, Reistertown Plaza, Milford Mill, and Old Court.

Step 3

Learn the Baltimore Metro fare system. A full fair one way subway ride is $1.60. A senior or disability ticket costs only 55 cents. You can get a full fair day pass for $3.50. A weekly pass is $16.50 and a monthly pass is $64 dollars. Both the weekly and monthly passes offer unlimited daily access to the entire subway system.



Step 4

Memorize the operating hours of the Maryland metro system. Hours of operation on Monday through Friday are 5 am to 12 am Midnight. On Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays the subway opens at 6 am and closes at midnight.



Step 5

The Maryland Transit Administration also offers travel via a Light Rail, MARC Train, and commuter bus. The Light Rail has 33 station stops. Some of the Light Rail stops are Hunt Valley, Pepper Road, McCormick Road, Gilroy, Warren, Timonium Fairgrounds, Lutherville, Falls Road, Mt. Washington, Cold Spring Lane, Woodberry, University Center, Lexington Market, Convention Center, Camden Yards, Hamburg Street, Westport, Cherry Hill, and BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport. The Metro MARC Train is a commuter rail train whose stations include Maryland, Baltimore City, Washington DC, Harford County, Brunswick, Frederick, and West Virginia.



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