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Operator Maryland MTA
System Type Metro
Year Opened 1983
# of Lines 1
# of Cars 100
Route Miles 15.2 miles
Gauge Std
Stations 14
Power 3rd rail
Fare Media Farecards
Website MTA
Data Date 2008
1st Visit 3/1992
Last Visit 3/1992
% Rode 80%

US East Transit > Baltimore
Metro

Baltimore Metro

Baltimore has a one line metro system that runs between Owings Mills and John Hopkins Medical Center. The metro is a small and lightly patronized system compared to its designed capacity. The equipment used are virtually identical to the cars running on Miami's Metro

Recently there has been talk of extending the Metro, and maybe even building another route. But, no official plans yet.

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Inbound train entering Reisterstown Plaza station. (3/1992) Outbound train leaving Reisterstown (3/1992)
Train entering Charles Center (3/1992) Train entering Charles Center (3/1992)
Train entering Charles Center (3/1992) View of the yards from a moving Metro train. (3/1992)

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Last Updated: 03/25/17

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