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Operator Maryland MTA
System Type Light Rail
Year Opened 1992
# of Lines 3
# of Cars 53
Mileage 30 miles
Gauge Std
Stations 33
Power Overhead
Fare Media POP
Website MTA
Data Date 2004
1st Visit 3/1992
Last Visit 2/2008
% Rode 40%

US East Transit > Baltimore
Light Rail

Baltimore Light Rail

Baltimore operates a 3-line Light Rail system. All 3 lines run on the same trackage through the downtown area. The system runs 7 days a week. The system goes to BWI Airport to the south. A branch to the north serves Baltimore Penn Station

There is talk of extending the system and new lines.

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Northbound train on Howard St. (2/19/08) Northbound train crossing Pratt. (2/19/08)
Train in the distance on Howard. (2/19/08) Southbound train has just left Convention Center Station. (2/19/08)
View of the simple Convention Center station platform. (2/19/08) Northbound train entering convention center. (2/19/08)
Southbound train entering Convention Center. (2/19/08) Train has just arrived at BWI. (2/19/08)
Train at BWI taking passengers before its return to downtown. (2/19/08) Train at North Ave station just a month before service started in 1992. (3/1992)

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Last Updated: 02/13/18

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