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Metro Subway

Do you live in Owings Mills, Reisterstown or Westminster? Baltimore's Metro Subway line provides fast, easy service from Owings Mills to the Shot Tower/Market Place station on President Street.

This station is only 27 minutes from Owings Mills! From the Shot Tower, you can walk 10 minutes to Harbor East or take advantage of the free Harbor East shuttle, which currently operates weekdays from 6:30 AM to 9:30 AM and weekends from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM.

The MTA's Metro subway operates throughout the day and free parking is available at suburban stations. The line extends from Owings Mills to downtown Baltimore and then on to Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Shot Tower station located at President and Baltimore Streets is most convenient to the Harbor East area. For more information, including any metro-subway route or schedule changes click here.

 

MTA Buses

The MTA provides local, express and commuter bus services, metro subway, LRT, and MARC to the Inner Harbor, Harbor East and throughout Baltimore.  Fares and schedules vary by type of service. You can avoid the hassles of congestion, save wear and tear on your car and help the environment by riding with the MTA.

If your employer participates in Commuter Choice Maryland you can get a discount and your employer would be eligible for tax deductions. 

Schedules and route maps are easily accessed online and discounts are available for monthly passes. For more information click here.

 

MTA MARC Trains

The Penn Line connects areas north or Baltimore in Aberdeen and Edgewood as well as areas from the south including Washington, D.C.'s Union Station, Odenton, and Halethrope. 

The Camden Line extends from Washington D.C.'s Union Station to Baltimore's Camden Yards servicing stations in Laurel, Savage, and Jessup.

For more information, including any Marc train route, weekend service, or trip planning click here.

 

MTA Light Rail

The MTA's Light Rail Transit (LRT) provides service in the Baltimore Region to 33 stations. The LRT extends from Hunt Valley to Glen Burnie. Hop off Downtown at the convention center stop and catch the Charm City Circulator to get to Harbor East. Take advantage of the free parking at any of the convenient stations and use LRT for your commuting and weekend needs.

For more information, including any Marc train route or schedule changes click here.

 
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