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From planes, trains, and automobiles to the light rail, subway, and water taxi, Baltimore has it all when it comes to transportation. Information to make getting around a breeze.

Hired and Public Transportation in Baltimore

7 Different Ways to Explore Baltimore
There's a lot of things to do in Baltimore, and with these options, getting from place to place is part of the fun.

Parking Garages near the Inner Harbor and Downtown
A list of Baltimore parking garages near the Inner Harbor and downtown.

Transportation in Baltimore: BWI to Baltimore
Looking to get from BWI to Baltimore? Transportation options include the light rail, taxis, buses, sedan shuttles, and more.

Inner Harbor Parking
The Inner Harbor in Baltimore is an international tourism destination, so on a nice spring or summer day, it can get pretty crowded. But parking in the Inner Harbor doesn't have to be a nightmare. With tens of thousands of spaces in garages and on the street in the Inner Harbor and its surrounding neighborhoods, parking generally is a stress-free endeavor.

Commuting from Baltimore to Washington, D.C.
In recent years, more and more people have been commuting from Baltimore to Washington every day for work. It can seem daunting - and make no mistake about it, sometimes it is. But it is manageable.

Baltimore Taxi Cabs
In the Inner Harbor and other southern Baltimore neighborhoods, hailing a cab on the street is usually doable. But in other locations throughout the city, you'll have to call to get a cab. Here's everything you need to know about Baltimore taxi cabs.

Baltimore/Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport
Baltimore Washington Thurgood Marhsall International Airport is Baltimore's gateway to the world. Set on 3,596 acres in Linthicum, Maryland, the airport has five terminals and 78 gates. Last year, more than 20 million passengers flew from or to BWI.

Pennsylvania Station (Penn Station) in Baltimore
Known in Baltimore simply as “Penn Station,” Pennsylvania Station is a hub of transport in the city. The building is one of the most recognizable — and one of the most beautiful — in all of Baltimore.

Baltimore's Water Taxi
Traveling by water taxi in Baltimore is more about the journey than the destination. Traveling on the water taxi from popular attractions like the Inner Harbor or Fort McHenry to waterfront neighborhoods like Fells Point or Canton often is slower than other modes of transportation, but it's a delightfully relaxing way to see the city.

MTA Bus Information
Schedules, maps, routes and information for the Maryland Transit Administration's bus lines.

MTA Light Rail
Schedules, maps, and information for the Maryland Transit Administration's light rail system.

Metro Subway
Schedules, maps, fares, and other information for the Metro Subway system.

Commuting from Baltimore to Washington User Stories - Driving from Baltimore...
Do you commute to Washington every day? Share your secrets or stories.

Maryland Car Seat Laws
Car seats save children's lives, and Maryland requires children of certain ages and weights to be properly secured in a child safety seat.

MARC Train
Schedules, maps, fares, and other information for the MARC train system.

Water Taxi
Zip across the harbor from neighborhood to neighborhood in a water taxi.

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