BWI Marshall Airport
BWI can be conveniently accessed via Light Rail, MARC, Amtrak, and Bus. BWI offers complimentary, basic Wi-Fi service is available for travelers along with a paid, premium service. Travelers selecting the complimentary wireless option will watch a brief advertisement before the 45 minute wireless session. Customers may use as many free sessions as they choose. A fee-based Wi-Fi service is also available for travelers that prefer greater-bandwidth or an uninterrupted, commercial-free session.
The free, eco-friendly Charm City Circulator consists of a fleet of 21 hybrid electric vehicles following three routes: the north-south Purple Route (connecting Federal Hill and the Cross Street Market area with Penn Station; this line has the closest stop to UB); the east-west Orange Route (connecting Hollins Market and the B&O Railroad Museum with the Inner Harbor, Harbor East and Fells Point); and the soon-to-come Green Route (tying the Johns Hopkins Hospital with Fells Point and Harbor East). Go here for the full schedule, route maps and other information.
The Metro Subway runs from Owings Mills to Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Maryland State Office Building Metro Subway Station is located four blocks from the UB campus.
Baltimore Greyhound Station
national bus transportation
Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)
national and international airport
bus service to New York City from Penn Station
Commuter Choice Maryland
transit incentives and discounts
MTA Marc Train Daily Performance Log
delays and other information for trains connecting Washington, Baltimore and the Baltimore suburbs
information about local and commuter buses, Metro Subway and Light Rail
car sharing service