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Transportation near Baltimore/Washington International Airport

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Use bus routes 17 and 99 to travel to and from BWI Airport. Maryland's Transit Administration offers two bus routes that travel to Baltimore-Washington International Airport's main entrance. Route 17 offers service from BWI Airport's main entrance to many transportation hubs including Nursery Road, Balto and Arundel Mills Mall. Other popular destinations include the Patapsco Light Rail Stop and Airport Square.

Route 99 offers service to and from BWI Airport's main terminal during peak travel times. It provides service to Old Court Metro Station, Bloomsbury, Frederick, and Old Court Metro Subway Station. Be sure to arrive at one of these stops at least 10 minutes in advance to avoid travel delays.

Use Baltimore's MARC trains to travel most of the way to BWI Airport. Baltimore's MARC trains travel from Penn Station to BWI Marshall Rail Station every day from about 7:30 a.m. to midnight. Passengers may complete their journey to BWI Airport by taking a shuttle that travels from BWI Marshall Rail Station to BWI Airport's main parking area. Be sure to use this service during the middle of the day to avoid the travel delays that develop around BWI Airport during the day.

Use Baltimore's light rail line to travel to and from BWI Airport. Baltimore's light rail travels to destinations located between Hunt Valley and BWI Airport's main concourse area. It stops at popular destinations including McCormick Road, Lutherville, Timnonium Business Park, Centre Street, Camden Yards and the BWI Business District. Passengers may board the train near BWI Airport at the light rail station located about five blocks north of Concourse D.

Be sure to use the Baltimore Metro to travel to popular tourist attractions. The Baltimore Metro is a subway that travels from Owings Mills to Johns Hopkins Hospital. It travels to popular destinations located near Lexington Market, Shot Tower Marketplace, Penn Station, Charles Center and Rogers Avenue. It also provides direct connections to buses that travel to popular destinations including Camden Yards and West Cold Spring. Be sure to visit the MARC Customer Service Center near Penn Station for current schedule information.

Finally, be sure to use bus routes 17 and 27 to travel to Baltimore's sports venues. Bus routes 17 and 27 provide direct service to Camden Yards, and M&T Bank Stadium and the Verizon Center. Passengers may board buses that travel on these routes at Russell Street Station, Hamburg Light Rail Station, BWI Airport, Penn Station and West Pratt Street. Be sure to use these routes to avoid the parking problems that occur during events held at these venues.