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Baltimore Highlands (Baltimore Light Rail station)

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Baltimore Highlands (Baltimore Light Rail station)

Baltimore Highlands
Station statistics
Address 4215 Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21227

39°14′06″N 76°38′00″W / 39.2351°N 76.6333°W / 39.2351; -76.6333Coordinates: 39°14′06″N 76°38′00″W / 39.2351°N 76.6333°W / 39.2351; -76.6333

  Light Rail
Hunt Valley – BWI Marshall
  Light Rail
Hunt Valley – Cromwell
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Parking 50 free spaces
Other information
Opened 1993
Owned by Maryland Transit Administration
Preceding station   MTA Maryland   Following station
Light Rail
Hunt Valley – BWI Marshall
toward Hunt Valley
Light Rail
Hunt Valley – Cromwell

Baltimore Highlands is a stop on the Baltimore Light Rail system. There are currently 50 free parking spaces. There are no bus connections at this station.[1]

The Baltimore Highlands stop currently does not have any bus lines operating directly around the station, though buses do operate on Annapolis Road nearby. When the station opened in 1993, it was served by Route 30. But complaints from area residents forced buses to be diverted to the nearby Patapsco stop, where they operate today.

The Baltimore Highlands stop is located on Baltimore Street between Florida and Georgia Avenues, north of the site of the former Baltimore and Annapolis Railroad station between Georgia and Illinois Avenues, which was across from the Washington, Baltimore and Annapolis Electric Railroad station. It is also located near a model airplane club called the South West Area Park model air flying field.[2][3]


External links

  • Schedules
  • Baltimore Highlands Light Rail Stop on Google Street View

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