Lexington Market (Baltimore Metro Subway station)
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The entrance to the Metro Subway station from Lexington Street.
|Address||301 North Eutaw Street(North Entrance)
320 West Lexington Street(South Entrance)
Baltimore, MD 21201
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|Platforms||1 island platform (Metro Subway)
2 side platforms (Light Rail)
|Tracks||4 (2 for each service)|
|Opened||November 21, 1983|
|Owned by||Maryland Transit Administration|
The Lexington Market Metro Subway Station is one of 14 stops along the Baltimore Metro Subway line in the downtown Baltimore area. The station is a transportation hub, a designated transfer station to the Light Rail's Lexington Market Station. The station is also served by a number of bus lines.
The nearby Lexington Market Light Rail Stop is not directly accessible from the station. A transfer to/from the Metro requires a walk of several hundred feet.
The station has two entrances, one on Lexington Street and one on Saratoga Street. The Lexington Street entrance is located directly across from the main entrance to Lexington Market. The Saratoga Street entrance is a block away, and is located at the stops for bus routes:
- Baltimore Light Rail and Metro Subway Parking Info
- Saratoga Street entrance to Metro Subway from Google Maps Street View
- Lexington Street entrance to Metro Subway from Google Maps Street View
- Northbound Light Rail Station from Google Maps Street View
- Southbound Light Rail Station from Google Maps Street View