For many commuters, public (or sometimes private) transit is the transportation of choice; for others it’s the ideal back-up transportation. Public transit is a dependable commuting option that delivers employees and customers to work and home on a regular schedule.
Public transportation provides access, mobility, choice and opportunity. Nationally, 14+ million people use public transportation on a daily basis and in doing so they reduce congestion and pollution, and stimulate the economy. There are numerous public transit systems serving Anne Arundel County and the greater Washington, DC/Baltimore Region.
- Annapolis Transit operates a transit system serving Annapolis, Parole, Arnold, and the BWI area.
- MTA Commuter Buses connect Anne Arundel County to the greater Washington region Monday through Friday during peak commute times.
- Young Transportation Services provides service to and from Anne Arundel County and New Carrollton station Monday through Friday during peak commute times and a limited service on Saturdays and Sundays.
- Dillon's Bus Service provides commuter bus connection between Kent Island, Annapolis, Severna Park, Davidsonville and Washington DC.
- MTA Local Buses serve portions of Maryland.
- Metrobus connects to Metro stations in the region.
- Link Shuttle connects the BWI MARC and Light Rail stations to the BWI hotel district.
- Greyhound provides service nationwide including the Washington DC/Baltimore region.
MARC Train, Metro, Metro Subway, Light Rail, and Amtrak
- WMATA Metrorail provides service connecting Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C.
- MTA MARC Train operates two lines Monday through Friday connecting Baltimore to/from Washington, DC.
- MTA Light Rail serves the Baltimore region seven days per week.
- MTA Metro Subway connecting Owings Mills to John Hopkins Hospital.
- Amtrak provides service to Washington and in the Northeast corridor.