Baltimore Transportation

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  • 1. Light Rail

    Baltimore's Light Rail system connects the Inner Harbor with Hunt Valley, Glen Burnie, Baltimore Penn Station, and BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport. Service runs from 6 AM - 11 PM Monday - Saturday,...

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  • 2. Amtrak / Commuter Rail

    Just a friendly reminder that no one should ever use Amtrak again. Their website will purchase authorize a ton of money out of your account, leaving you with holds on funds over $1000 for a $269.50...

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  • 3. Roads & Highways

    There are 3 free buses in Baltimore and on July 4th they added one more free bus with a different route called the Banner. You can take them from Amtrak to your Hotel. They run every 20 min but I...

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  • 4. Water Taxi

    If it isn't obvious, I loved the water taxi. It was a very cool way to get around and see parts of the city you wouldn't normally see without it. It is convenient & affordable. And the taxi drivers...

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  • 5. Airplanes & Airports

    Where we live in southern Maryland, we have a choice of three airports. Dulles (which is way out in the boondocks of Virginia, and which my husband has stated that he will never drive me there...

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  • 6. Baltimore Maps

    There are several ways, depending on your preferences, the day of the week, and the time of day. First off, if you choose to travel downtown, don't do it during rush hour, a standard common-sense...

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  • 7. Car Rental

    If you come in by air, you may want to rent a car. The best car rental place is the one that is near the airport. It is open 24 hours and has all the brands of...

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  • 8. Connecting to DC Metro

    If you need to use Public Transit to get in and out of the D.C. Metro area the WMATA was so easy!Just outside the door of the International baggage carrousels...

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  • 9. Cruise Ship Terminal

    We have always found the Baltimore terminal to be quite convenient and un-crowded to cruise from. We have left from there three times - the first time on a...

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  • 10. Driving in Baltimore

    Driving in Baltimore has always seemed pretty easy when compared to other big East Coast cities like Washington, Boston, or New York. The streets seem generally...

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  • 11. Taxis

    I don't normally take a lot of taxis, I usually walk most everywhere or master the public transportation system but for BaltOberfest, it just made more sense to...

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  • 12. Super Shuttle

    This is the 2nd city I've tried Super Shuttle in and it's the last. In NYC they were over a 1/2 hour late picking me up and several people on my shuttle...

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  • 13. Take a Horse and Buggy through the Harbor

    You'll find these Horse and Buggies just behind the Power Plant building on Pratt, I was told it was $15 for a tour of the Inner Harbor area.. this could be a...

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  • 14. So many choices.....

    There are so many ways to get around Baltimore, but traveling by foot is really the easiest, especially if you are staying in the Downtown/Inner Harbor area....

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