Savage station

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MARC train.svg
MARC commuter rail station
Savage MARC station.jpg
Baltimore-bound view of the platforms of Savage MARC station and Brock Bridge Road as seen from Dorsey Run Road.
Location 9009 Dorsey Run Road
Savage, MD 20723
Coordinates 39°07′22″N 76°47′47″W / 39.1229°N 76.7963°W / 39.1229; -76.7963Coordinates: 39°07′22″N 76°47′47″W / 39.1229°N 76.7963°W / 39.1229; -76.7963
Line(s) Capital Subdivision
Platforms 1 side platform, 1 island platform
Tracks 3
Connections Bus transport NSA Shuttle[1]
Bus transport RTA 409
Parking 914 spaces[2]
Opened July 31, 1989; 29 years ago (1989-07-31)[3]
Passengers (2013) 471 (MARC)
Preceding station   MARC   Following station
Camden Line
toward Camden
Former services
Preceding station   Baltimore and Ohio   Following station
Main Line
toward Communipaw
toward Communipaw

Savage is a passenger rail station on the MARC Camden Line between Union Station and Baltimore's Camden Station.[4] It is officially located at 9009 Dorsey Run Road in Savage, Maryland, however Dorsey Run Road runs over the railroad tracks as well as Brock Bridge Road, which runs along the south side of the tracks and is a street-level with the station. The station straddles the line between Howard County and Anne Arundel County, with the southbound platform and parking garage located in Howard County and the northbound platform in Anne Arundel County.

Savage Station runs along the former Baltimore and Ohio Railroad's Capital Subdivision, which is now owned by CSX. It is also near the former Annapolis Junction which included a former Baltimore and Annapolis Railroad line.

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G Side platform, doors will open on the right
Southbound Camden Line toward Washington, DC (Laurel Race Track or Laurel)
Northbound Camden Line toward Baltimore (Jessup)
Side platform, doors will open on the right
Ground level Exit/entrance and parking


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  3. ^ Worden, Amy (1989-08-03). "Columbia Commuters Get a Station Break: Convenience Touted at New MARC Stop in Savage Station Opens in Savage". The Washington Post – via Proquest Historical Newspapers. (Subscription required (help)).
  4. ^ "MARC Train System Map and Station List". Maryland Transit Administration. Archived from the original on 2008-03-09. Retrieved 2008-03-12.

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