The Maryland Department of Transportation, Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA) encourages all runners and race attendees to allow for extra travel time when travelling to the Baltimore Running Festival. Metro Subway, Light Rail, and Local Bus service are three transit options for race day.
Metro Subway https://www.mta.maryland.gov/schedule/metrosubway
Recommended as the best option to travel into Downtown Baltimore. All stations between Owings Mills and Rogers Avenue provide free parking. Runners should exit at Charles Center Metro Station and proceed to the race site at Camden Yards. Subway runs every 20 minutes.
Due to track work, allow for extra travel time in order to reach the starting line on time. Riders travelling from the north will take the Light Rail shuttle train from Falls Road to Camden at 5:22 am or 6:35 am to reach the starting line on time. Light Rail service from Cromwell to Camden and Hunt Valley to Falls Road will operate on normal schedules. The Light Rail bus bridge between Falls Rd. and Camden will begin 11:00 am as Baltimore City Department of Transportation reopens streets.
Departing Falls Road Arriving Camden Yards
5:22 AM 5:51 AM
6:35 AM 7:09 AM
Riders should expect diversions on local bus routes due to street closures in downtown Baltimore including: All CityLink routes and LocalLink routes 21, 22, 51, 52, 53, 54, 56, 65, 67, 71, 73, 76, 78, 80, 94 and 163.
Plan Your Trip
Use the MDOT MTA Trip Planner to plan your route into the city https://www.mta.maryland.gov/trip-planner
The easiest way to pay your fare is with the CharmPass mobile app, available free from the app store or Google Play
· One-Way – $1.90
· Day Pass – $4.40
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Other Travel Options
Air travel – Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI) is less than 10 miles from the Stadium. Carriers include: AirTran, American, Continental, Delta, Frontier, Midwest, Northwest, Southwest, United and US Airways, to name a few.
Train – Amtrak has a stop in Baltimore at Penn Station, which is a short drive to the downtown area. Amtrak number is 800-USA-RAIL.