Camden Line

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     MARC Camden Line
Type Commuter rail line
System MARC Train
Status Active
Locale Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, Maryland, suburbs
Termini Washington, D.C., Union Station
Camden Station (Baltimore)
Stations 12
Daily ridership 5,389 (Feb 2009)[1]
Opening 1835
Owner CSX Transportation (tracks)
Operator(s) Bombardier Transportation/Maryland Transit Administration
Track gauge 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm)
Route map

The Camden Line is a MARC commuter rail line that runs between Union Station, Washington, D.C., and Camden Station, Baltimore, Maryland, over the CSX Capital Subdivision, and Baltimore Terminal Subdivision. Service began along this route in 1835 as part of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B&O), making it one of the oldest passenger rail lines in the U.S. still in operation.[2] The Camden Line is the shortest MARC line and along with the Brunswick Line, is the successor to the B&O commuter services.

Stations list[edit]

State Town/City Station Connections
District of Columbia Washington, D.C. Union Station Amtrak: Cardinal, Capitol Limited, Carolinian, Crescent, Lake Shore Limited, Northeast Regional, Palmetto, Silver Meteor, Silver Star, Vermonter, Thruway Motorcoach to Charlottesville, Virginia
MARC Train: Penn Line, Brunswick Line
Metrorail: Red Line
Metrobus, Loudoun, OmniRide
VRE: Manassas Line, Fredericksburg Line
MTA Commuter Bus: 915, 929
Maryland Riverdale Park Riverdale
College Park College Park Metrorail: Green Line
Metrobus: 83, 83X, 86, C8, F6, J4, R11, R12

University of Maryland, College Park: Shuttle-UM
Prince George's The Bus:14, 17
Connect-a-Ride:G, H

Greenbelt Greenbelt Metrorail: Green Line

Metrobus:81, 87, 89, 89M, B30, C2, G12, G13, G14, G16, R3, R11, R12.
Prince George's The Bus: 11, 15, 16.

Beltsville Muirkirk
Laurel Laurel
Laurel Race Track
Savage Savage
Jessup Jessup
Dorsey Dorsey
St. Denis St Denis
Baltimore Camden Station MTA Light Rail


  1. ^ MARC Ridership Numbers Feb 2009 Retrieved 2009-06-28.
  2. ^ Dilts, James D. (1996). The Great Road: The Building of the Baltimore and Ohio, the Nation's First Railroad, 1828-1853. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press. ISBN 978-0-8047-2629-0. 

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