Baltimore Running Festival has partnered with Lyft as the preferred transportation partner for this years event!


Headed to Baltimore Running Festival? Lyft will get you there and back for less. Simply click to claim below and you’ll score ride credits for the Baltimore Running Festival.

Some restrictions apply. 

Get a Lyft Plus and roll with the whole crew.

With room for you and five friends, there’s no need to split up your group when you request a Lyft Plus.

Split the cost of the ride with your friends.

Split payment of your ride among your group, so you can ride together without worrying about IOUs.

Schedule your ride before the event.

Prep ahead of time and schedule a ride up to seven days in advance.

Know the price up front.

With Lyft’s in-app fare estimate tool, you can always view the price before you ride so there’s no guessing.


There will be specially designated LYFT PICK-UP/DROP-OFF ZONES during race weekend.

EXPO: Thurs & Friday- Outside expo entrance at Pratt & Charles Sts. in the Convention Center pick up lane.

RACE DAY: Saturday Only

  1. ALL DAY– Near the Camden Yards Light Rail stop and the Warehouse outside of Dempsey’s Restaurant close to Lee & Howard Sts.
  2. Starting at 12p for points South and West of the Inner Harbor– on Key Highway near Rash Field and the Md. Science Center.
  3. Starting at 11:30a for points North and West of the Inner Harbor– on Commerce St. at intersection of Pratt St. across from World Trade Center.

Public Transportation

The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) encourages all attendees, particularly half-marathoners, to be mindful of parking and road closures & make public transportation your choice for getting to the festival on expo days as well as race day.

On race day, roadways around town, near the stadium, and near the Inner Harbor will be closed prior to 7:30 am for the marathon start. This will be further complicated by the half-marathon start at 9:45am. Light Rail will deliver riders to the festival, and provides free parking where parking is available. The Light Rail system will run every 30 min. beginning at 6 am coming South from Hunt Valley (50 min. ride) to the stadium and at 5 am coming North from Cromwell (26 min. ride) to the stadium.

Runners should exit from the Camden Yards or Hamburg St. stops for easy access to the start/finish and the expo.

Traveling Light Rail on the expo days is a great way to make a trail run as you prepare for race day travel. Eliminate some race day stress as you figure out where to park and estimate the travel time from your door to the Camden Yards stop. You may also save a few dollars if you had planned to pay to park for the expo.

Weekday/Weekend North Bound and South Bound Schedules:MTAcolor_hori

Light Rail Map:

Light Rail Station and Parking Information:

If you choose not to ride MTA, we suggest you arrive by 6:30 AM regardless of the race you are running.

Light Rail Fares:

  • One Way – $1.80
  • Day Pass – $4.20
  • One Way (Senior/Disability) – $0.80
  • Day Pass (Senior/Disability) – $2.10



On race day many Baltimore streets will be temporarily closed to accommodate the various races.  Several MTA Bus Routes will be significantly altered.
Please allow extra time, or if possible, take Light Rail or Metro Subway.

For more details, please visit (If you have a question about a planned trip you want to take on transit, please call the MTA Transit Information Call Center, 410-539-5000 on Monday-Friday from 6:00 am – 7:00 pm.).

Rental Cars

Because Corrigan Sports does events all across the nation, we have been able to negotiate special CSE Friends & Family rate that works for the participants in all of our events. Take advantage of our deep group savings by using THIS LINK when renting a vehicle. You can chose to rent with Enterprise or National and still get a great low rate.

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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.