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Transit Services in and Around Howard County

Howard Transit
http://www.howardtransit.com
Provides daily bus service in Columbia, Ellicott City, Clarksville, Savage, and other locations in and around Howard County. Additional late evening service is available on weekdays and specialized services are available to individuals with disabilities and senior citizens.

Connect-A-Ride
http://www.corridortransit.com
Provides daily bus service in the Laurel area with routes that operate between Laurel and Columbia and in the Whiskey Bottom area of Howard County. Stops are available in Savage, Owen Brown, and Kings Contrivance with free transfers to Howard Transit Routes.


Commuter Services

To Silver Spring, College Park and Washington, D.C.
To Baltimore

To Washington

Commuter Bus Routes
The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA), through private contractors, offers three daily commuter bus routes to Silver Spring, MD and Washington, D.C.


Route 915

http://www.mtamaryland.com/services/commuterbus/schedulesSystemMaps/915CommuterLineForWeb1.pdf

Weekday express service to Silver Spring and Washington, D.C. from Scaggsville and Columbia. Stops in Washington include Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Federal Triangle, Capitol Hill and Washington Navy Yard.

Route 929
http://www.mtamaryland.com/services/commuterbus/schedulesSystemMaps/929CommuterLineForWeb29.pdf

Weekday express service to Silver Spring and Washington, D.C. from Scaggsville and Columbia. Stops in Washington include Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Dupont Circle, Federal Triangle and Capitol Hill.

Route 995
http://www.mtamaryland.com/services/commuterbus/schedulesSystemMaps/995CommuterlineForWeb07.pdf

Weekday express service to downtown Washington, D.C. from Columbia. Stops in Washington include Capitol Hill and Federal Triangle.

Fares and Passes
http://www.mtamaryland.com/services/commuterbus/serviceInformation/fares.cfm

Commuter bus fares consist of a base fare plus zone charges.

Route 915 $4.25 one-way to Washington, D.C.; $3.50 one-way to Silver Spring
Route 929 $4.25 one-way to Washington, D.C.; $3.50 one-way to Silver Spring
Route 995 $4.25 one-way to Washington, D.C.

Click HERE for more details on commuter bus fares.

Weekly and Monthly passes and reduced fares for senior citizens and individuals with disabilities are available for these routes. MetroChek can be used to purchase fares on commuter bus lines.

MARC Train


The MARC Camden Line has four stations in Howard County with service available to College Park, Greenbelt and Washington, D.C. Click here for the Camden Line schedule and maps.

Fares on MARC Train vary based on distance traveled and a number of pass options are available. Click here for additional fare information.

Connect easily to Metrorail at College Park, MD, Greenbelt and Union Station in Washington.

Guaranteed Ride Home

Commuters to the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area may be eligible to participate in a free Guaranteed Ride Home Program through Commuter Connections to return home in emergency situations.


To Baltimore

Commuter Bus Routes
The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA), through private contractors, offers four daily commuter bus routes to Baltimore.

Route 150
http://www.mtamaryland.com/services/bus/routes/express/150LineWeb.pdf

Weekday local express peak time service between downtown Baltimore and Ellicott City. Express fares apply.

Route 310/311
http://www.mtamaryland.com/services/commuterbus/schedulesSystemMaps/310-311CommuterLine03.pdf

Weekday service to Baltimore from Columbia. Stops are available in the general downtown business district, State Office Center and Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Route 320
http://www.mtamaryland.com/services/commuterbus/schedulesSystemMaps/320CommuterLineForWeb8.pdf

Weekday service to downtown Baltimore from Laurel, Savage and Elkridge along US 1.

Fares and Passes
http://www.mtamaryland.com/services/commuterbus/serviceInformation/fares.cfm

Commuter bus fares consist of a base fare plus zone charges.

Route 150 $2.00 one-way
Route 310/311 $3.50 one-way
Route 320 $3.50 one-way


Weekly and Monthly Passes and reduced fares for senior citizens and individuals with disabilities are available for these routes.

Take advantage of tax-free commuter benefits from your employer through the Maryland Transit Administration Commuter Choice Program.

MARC Train

The MARC Camden Line has four stations in Howard County with service available to Camden Station in downtown Baltimore. Click here for the Camden Line schedule and maps.

Fares on MARC Train vary based on distance traveled and a number of pass options are available. Click here for additional fare information.

Take advantage of tax-free commuter benefits from your employer through the Maryland Transit Administration Commuter Choice Program.

Connecting services Light Rail, Metro Subway and local bus services

 
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