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BWI Marshall Airport (Baltimore Light Rail station)

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BWI Marshall Airport (Baltimore Light Rail station)

BWI Airport Baltimore Light Rail
Light rail vehicle at BWI station
Station statistics
Address 7153 Elm Road
International Pier at BWI Terminal

39°10′52.47″N 76°40′6.44″W / 39.1812417°N 76.6684556°W / 39.1812417; -76.6684556Coordinates: 39°10′52.47″N 76°40′6.44″W / 39.1812417°N 76.6684556°W / 39.1812417; -76.6684556

  Light Rail
Hunt Valley – BWI Marshall
Connections 17, 99, 201, HT Red Express
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2
Parking A general-purpose paid garage, not specifically set aside for Light Rail riders, is adjacent to the stop
Other information
Opened 1997
Owned by MTA Maryland
Preceding station   MTA Maryland   Following station
Terminus Light Rail
Hunt Valley – BWI Marshall
toward Hunt Valley

The BWI Marshall Airport station is one of the two southern termini of the Baltimore Light Rail. As the name implies, the station serves Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport; the station platforms are just outside an entrance to the International Concourse on the lower level.

The station opened in 1997, with trains then serving the station every 34 minutes and operating to Penn Station. The system's routes and schedules have changed over the years; as of 2010, trains depart for Hunt Valley every twenty minutes during peak commuter hours and every half hour at other times.

The station and the airport are served by Maryland Transit Administration's bus routes 17, 99, and 201; 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Other local transit agencies also have buses serving the airport, including Howard Transit's Silver Route.[1]


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