List of MTA Maryland bus routes

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MTA Maryland Bus Services
BaltimoreLink Logo.png
ParentMTA Maryland
Service typeLocalLink, CityLink, Express BusLink
RoutesCityLink: 12
Express BusLink: 14
LocalLink: 43
Total: 69
Hubs70+ (Baltimore area)
FleetUrban bus: 774
Motor coach bus: 68
Total: 842

The following is a list and description of the local, express and commuter bus routes of the Maryland Transit Administration, which serve Baltimore and the surrounding suburban areas as of June 2017 following the Baltimore Link Launch.

CityLink[edit]

  • CityLink Blue (BL): CMS & Security Square Mall/Westgate to Bayview
  • CityLink Brown (BR): White Marsh / Overlea to University Of MD Transit Center
  • CityLink Gold (GD): Walbrook Junction to Berea / Canton Crossing
  • CityLink Green (GR): Towson to Inner Harbor
  • CityLink Lime (LM): Northwest Hospital (Randallstown) to Fulton Loop / Fells Point
  • CityLink Navy (NV): Watersedge (Bullneck Rd)/ Turners Station/ Dundalk (Center Place) to Mondawmin Metro Station
  • CityLink Orange (OR): Essex (Fox Ridge) to West Baltimore MARC Station
  • CityLink Pink (PK): Cedonia to West Baltimore MARC Station
  • CityLink Purple (PR): Catonsville (Rt. 40 & Rolling Road) / Paradise Loop to Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • CityLink Red (RD): Lutherville / Towson to University Of MD Transit Center/Greenmount North
  • CityLink Yellow (YW): Patapsco LR Station/ UMBC via Kaiser/Relay to Mondawmin/Downtown
  • CityLink Silver (SV): Curtis Bay to Johns Hopkins University / Morgan State University

Express BusLink[edit]

  • Express Bus Link 103: Cromwell Bridge Park & Ride to Inner Harbor / Kirk Ave (Am & Pm Reverse Commute trips)
  • Express Bus Link 104: Cromwell Bridge Park & Ride to Harbor East
  • Express Bus Link 105: Cedonia to Lexington Market Metro
  • Express Bus Link 115: Perry Hall to Lexington Market Metro / North Ave (Am & Pm Reverse Commute trips)
  • Express Bus Link 120: White Marsh Park & Ride to Charles Center and Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • Express Bus Link 150: Columbia to Harbor East
  • Express Bus Link 154: State Center Metro to Carney / Hillendale (Goucher Blvd & Taylor Ave)
  • Express Bus Link 160: Charles Center and Johns Hopkins Hospital to Essex/Whispering Woods
  • Express Bus Link 164: City Hall to Riviera Beach
  • Express Bus Link 210: Kent Island / Annapolis to Baltimore
  • Express Bus Link 215: Baltimore to Annapolis

Former Express BusLink Routes[edit]

  • Express Bus Link 102: White Marsh Park and Ride to Towson
  • Express Bus Link 106: Owings Mills Metro to Towson
  • Express Bus Link 107: Old Court Station to BWI Marshal Airport / BWI Business Park

LocalLink[edit]

  • No. 21 Woodberry Light Rail Station to Canton
  • No. 22 Bayview to Mondawmin Metro Station
  • No. 26 South Baltimore Park and Ride to Mondawmin
  • No. 28 Moravia to Rogers Metro Station
  • No. 29 Mondawmin Metro Station/via Violetville to Brooklyn Homes/ via Violetville
  • No. 30 Rogers Ave Metro Station to Hollander Ridge (Rosedale)
  • No. 31 Sinai Hospital to Security Square Mall/CMS/Social Security via Rogers Ave Metro
  • No. 33 Overlea to Mt. Washington
  • No. 34 Falls Rd Light Rail Station/Greenspring Station to Westview Mall
  • No. 36 Essex (Fox Ridge) to Towson
  • No. 37 Old Court Metro to UMBC
  • No. 38 Westgate to Medfield
  • No. 51 Towson to Downtown (Inner Harbor)
  • No. 52 Stella Maris to Greenmount North
  • No. 53 Sheppard Pratt/Cromwell Bridge Park & Ride to State Center Metro
  • No. 54 Hillendale (Goucher Blvd & Taylor Ave)/Carney Park & Ride to State Center Metro
  • No. 56 White Marsh Park & Ride to Downtown (Fayette Plaza)
  • No. 57 Belair-Edison Shuttle
  • No. 59 Whispering Woods to Moravia via Bayview
  • No. 62 CCBC Essex to Turner Station
  • No. 63 Inner Harbor/Hopkins Bayview to Tradepoint Alantic
  • No. 65 Downtown (Fayette Plaza) to CCBC Dundalk/Dundalk Marine Terminal
  • No. 67 City Hall to Marley Neck
  • No. 69 Jumpers Hole to Patapsco Light Rail Station/UM Medical Center
  • No. 70 Annapolis to Patapsco Light Rail Station/UM Medical Center
  • No. 71 Patapsco to Lexington Market via Cherry Hill
  • No. 73 Patapsco to State Center via Greyhound
  • No. 75 Parkway Center / Arundel Mills to Patapsco Light Rail Station/UM Medical Center
  • No. 76 Downtown (City Hall) to UMBC & CCBC Catonsville
  • No. 77 Catonsville (Rt. 40 & Rolling Road) to West Baltimore MARC
  • No. 78 CMS to City Hall
  • No. 79 CMS to Mondawmin Metro Station
  • No. 80 City Hall to Rogers Ave Metro
  • No. 81 Deer Park Plaza to Millford Mill Metro Station
  • No. 82 Reisterstown Plaza Metro Station to Park Circle (Monte Verde)
  • No. 83 Old Court Metro Station to Mondawmin Metro Station
  • No. 85 Milford Mill Metro Station to Penn-North Metro Station
  • No. 87 Glyndon to Owings Mills Metro Station
  • No. 89 Red Run Blvd / Owings Mills Metro Station to Rogers Ave Metro Station
  • No. 91 Mondawmin Metro Station to Sinai Hospital
  • No. 92 Glen & Key to Owings Mills Center
  • No. 93 Hunt Valley (International Circle) to Towson via Lutherville Light Rail
  • No. 94 Fort McHenry to Sinai Hospital
  • No. 95 Inner Harbor to Roland Park

The following is a list and description of the local, express and commuter bus routes of the Maryland Transit Administration, which serve Baltimore and the surrounding suburban areas.

Note: (Crosstown) = Bus service that is traveling across the city of Baltimore without going through the downtown area.

Local routes prior to June 2017[edit]

See History of MTA Maryland#Local routes prior to June 2017

Neighborhood Shuttle Bus routes prior to June 2017[edit]

See History of MTA Maryland#Neighborhood Shuttle Bus routes prior to June 2017

Shuttle and Circulator routes prior to June 2017[edit]

See History of MTA Maryland#Shuttle and Circulator routes prior to June 2017

School Supplementary routes prior to June 2017[edit]

See History of MTA Maryland#School Supplementary routes prior to June 2017

Local Express routes prior to June 2017[edit]

See History of MTA Maryland#Local Express routes prior to June 2017

QuickBus routes prior to June 2017[edit]

See History of MTA Maryland#QuickBus routes prior to June 2017

Express routes prior to June 2017[edit]

See History of MTA Maryland#Express routes prior to June 2017

Intercounty Connector Bus routes[edit]

Route Terminus Operated by Corridors served Places Served Total trips (AM/PM) Operating since Other notes
Route 201
  • Hourly
March 2011 Only Commuter Bus route to operate every day, with midday and off-peak service.
Route 202
  • 3 AM
  • 4 PM
March 2011
Route 203
  • 3 AM
  • 3 AM
  • 1 Midday
January 2012
Route 204
  • 4 AM
  • 5 PM
January 2012
Route 205
  • 3 AM
  • 3 PM
January 2012

Commuter Bus routes[edit]

Route Terminus Operated by Corridors served Places Served Total trips (AM/PM) Operating since Other notes
Route 210 Service launched March 1, 2017[1]
Route 215 Service launched March 1, 2017[1]
Route 310
  • 5 AM
  • 5 PM
Main article: Route 310 (MTA Maryland)
Route 320
  • 4 AM
  • 4 PM
In 1996, the line started deviating from I-95 and operating via the Southwest Park-and-Ride lot near UMBC after Route 140 was eliminated. This new routing allowed Route 140 riders to have access to a nearly identical service.

In 2005, as part of the Greater Baltimore Bus Initiative, MTA planned to shorten the route to Jessup and require riders to transfer to Howard Transit's Purple route in order to reach Laurel, and to reduce the number of daily trips on the line. This plan was fought by riders and the Howard County government, and no changes were made on the line.

Route 410
  • 4 AM
  • 4 PM
Route 411
  • 4 AM
  • 4 PM
Route 420
  • 4 AM
  • 5 PM
Route 505
Route 515
Route 901
  • 30 AM
  • 31 PM
Route 902
  • 17 AM
  • 18 PM
Route 903
  • 7 AM
  • 7 PM
2001 Main article:Route 903 (MTA Maryland)
Route 904
  • 14 AM
  • 15 PM
Route 905
  • 23 AM
  • 24 PM
In 1999, Route 905 was split, bringing more buses to Charles County and fewer to St. Mary's County.[2] This was a plan that faced opposition.[3][4][5][6]
Route 906
  • 6 AM
  • 6 PM
November 7, 2011
Route 907
  • 8 AM
  • 8 PM
Route 909
  • 5 AM
  • 5 PM
Route 915
  • 11 AM
  • 12 PM
Route 922
  • 11 AM
  • 12 PM
Route 929
  • 12 AM
  • 13 PM
Route 950
  • 17 AM
  • 19 PM
Route 995
  • 13 AM
  • 13 PM
On January 12, 2009, one round trip in each direction was eliminated[7]

Former bus routes[edit]

See History of MTA Maryland#Former bus routes

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Hogan Administration Rolls Out Latest BaltimoreLink Service New Commuter Buses Start March 1 Linking Kent Island & Annapolis to Baltimore". Maryland Transit Administration. February 22, 2017. Retrieved March 1, 2017.
  2. ^ Todd Shields (April 4, 1999). "Commuter Bus Routes Are Outlined; Charles to Gain Service While St. Mary's Loses". Washington Post. Archived from the original on October 26, 2012. Retrieved 2010-04-20.
  3. ^ Mangaliman, Jessie (February 11, 1999). "Plan to Reduce Buses Fought; Delegation Tells State Commuter Service Is Vital".
  4. ^ Md. to add commuter bus routes Archived 2013-02-03 at Archive.today. Somdnews.com (2008-05-16). Retrieved on 2011-06-21.
  5. ^ MTA Proposes New Service for Southern Maryland Commuter Bus – Southern Maryland Headline News. Somd.com. Retrieved on 2011-06-21.
  6. ^ Greenwell, Megan; Rucker, Philip (September 7, 2006). "Schaefer Endorses Dyson – and Vice Versa". The Washington Post.
  7. ^ [1][dead link]

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