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Amtrak delivers passengers to more than 500 destinations along a 22,000-mile route system. From Baltimore, a trip to New York takes little more than two hours, while Philadelphia is about 65 minutes away.
Maryland Area Regional Commuter (MARC) trains operates 77 daily trips in the Baltimore-Washington corridor and eight Maryland counties.
The MTA Metro Subway takes passengers from Owings Mills in Baltimore County, through Downtown Baltimore, to the Johns Hopkins Hospital, with service provided from 14 stations. The basic fare is $1.60 one way or a Day Pass costing $3.50 for unlimited daily trips. Weekly and monthly passes are also available.
The MTA Light Rail above-ground railway system has 32 stops in Baltimore County, Downtown Baltimore, and Anne Arundel County, with special service to BWI Airport, Amtrak's Penn-Station-Baltimore, and the Camden Yards sports complex. Fares are the same as MTA Metro Subway service.