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BWI Marshall Airport offers free, frequent, and convenient shuttle service between the MARC/Amtrak station and the BWI Marshall Airport Terminal. Shuttle Service operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Shuttles run approximately every six minutes except between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. when service operates every 25 minutes.

At the MARC/Amtrak station, shuttles stop adjacent to the rail station garage, directly across from the rail station. At the BWI Marshall Airport terminal, shuttles stop at each designated airline check-in counter.

The MTA offers a feature known as the MARCTracker which enables passengers to determine the location and status of every operating MARC train. For more information on this new service, log onto www.MARCTracker.com. Customers can also call the MTA Customer Call Center Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 866-RIDE-MTA or log onto the MTA website.

Listed below is location-specific information about MARC Train service. This information is subject to change. To verify the below information or for MARC schedules call 800-325-RAIL or go to www.mtamaryland.com.

From Washington, DC:
Board MARC Trains at Washington's Union Station located at 50 Massachusetts Avenue NE. Hours and information can be found here. The BWI Marshall Rail Station is on MARC's Penn Line.
To contact the Union Station ticket office, please call 202-906-3104.

From Baltimore City:
You can board MARC trains at Baltimore's Penn Station located at 1500 North Charles Street. Hours and information can be found here.
To contact Penn Station, please call 410-291-4165.

From Prince Georges County:
You can board trains on the Penn Line at the following stations in Prince Georges County:

  • New Carrollton
    Located at 4300 Garden City Drive @ New Carrollton Metro Station
    Phone: 202-906-3764
  • Seabrook
    Located on Lanham Severn Road (MD Route 564)
  • Bowie State
    Located on Laurel-Bowie Road (MD Route 197) @ Bowie State University

Anne Arundel County/Odenton Station:
You can board the MARC Train at the Odenton Station in Anne Arundel County. The Odenton Station is located at 1400 Odenton Road.
Phone: 410-674-4885

Baltimore County/Martin State Airport Station:
You can board the MARC Train at the Martin State Airport Station in Baltimore County. The train station is located on Eastern Boulevard opposite the airport in Middle River, MD.
Phone: 410-687-2475

Harford County:
You can board trains on the Penn Line at the following stations in Harford County:

  • Edgewood
    Located on Old Edgewood Road off of US Route 40.
    Phone: 410-676-1334
  • Aberdeen
    Located on US Route 40 East
    Phone: 410-273-9766

Cecil County:
You can board trains on the Penn Line at the following station in Cecil County:

  • Perryville
    Located at Broad Street and Harford Avenue
    Phone: 410-642-6429