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The MTA encourages baseball fans to take public transit to the Orioles 2011 home opener with the Detroit Tigers, and all Orioles home games. MTA Light Rail drops you off at the front door to Oriole Park, so you can arrive relaxed, refreshed and ready to cheer. When you choose MTA’s Local Bus or Metro Subway, parking and traffic hassles disappear, with no need to leave early in late innings to avoid the rush out of the parking lots. MTA offers several convenient transit alternatives including:
Light Rail train arrivals every 10 -30 minutes at 33 stops with over 3,400 free parking spaces combined. For games ending after regular closing time (11 PM Monday-Saturday; 7 PM Sunday), MTA service operates as needed for an hour after the final out. Customers returning to the Washington, DC area are encouraged to take Light Rail to the BWI Business District Light Rail Station or to BWI Marshall Airport. There they can catch Metrobus B30 to the Greenbelt Metro Station. The last posted departure time for the B30 is 10:44 P.M. from BWI Marshall Airport Stop #1. Light Rail Fares are $1.60 one-way, $3.20 round trip, and $3.50 for a Day Pass.
Local Bus routes 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 15, 19, 20, 23, 27, 35, 36, 61, 64, 91 & the Quickbus 40 & 48. Fares are $1.60 one-way, $3.50 for a Day Pass.
MARC Train Service – There is no return service on MARC Trains after the game.
Metro Subway every 8 – 15 minutes. For games ending after regular closing time (Midnight), service will operate on a regular schedule for one hour after the final out. Fares are $1.60 one-way, $3.20 round trip, and $3.50 for a Day Pass.
MTA also provides Mobility/Paratransit service to Oriole Park. The service is available to registered customers with disabilities who call 410-764-8181 prior to 5 PM the day before a game.
When taking your family and friends out to any Orioles ballgame, think MTA.
For general information on MTA service, visit the MTA website at www.mta.maryland.gov. Customers can also call the MTA Transit Information Center Monday through Friday from 6 AM to 11 PM at 410-539-5000 (TTY 410-539-3497) or 866-RIDE-MTA. To sign-up to receive email about service modifications and delays, go to www.mta.maryland.gov and click “Email Notification.”
John M. Wesley