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Cromwell Station/Glen Burnie (Baltimore Light Rail station)

Cromwell Station/Glen Burnie
Baltimore Light Rail
Station statistics
Address 7378 Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard
Glen Burnie, MD 21060
Coordinates

39°10′20.48″N 76°38′0.41″W / 39.1723556°N 76.6334472°W / 39.1723556; -76.6334472Coordinates: 39°10′20.48″N 76°38′0.41″W / 39.1723556°N 76.6334472°W / 39.1723556; -76.6334472

Line(s)
  Light Rail
Hunt Valley – Cromwell
Connections 14
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2
Parking 795 free spaces
Other information
Owned by Maryland Transit Administration
Services
Preceding station   MTA Maryland   Following station
Terminus Light Rail
Hunt Valley – Cromwell
toward Hunt Valley

Cromwell Station/Glen Burnie is one of two southern terminal stops on the Baltimore Light Rail. It is also one of two stations within Glen Burnie, Maryland. Trains depart Cromwell/Glen Burnie bound for Timonium (during peak commuting hours on weekdays) or Hunt Valley (at all other times). Unlike the nearby Ferndale Station, there are currently 795 free parking spaces and connections can be made to MTA Maryland's Route 14 bus from here.[1] South of the station, the lines terminate on an embankment on the northwest corner of Maryland Route 648 and Maryland Route 176 to the east of Interstate 97, and the right of way is replaced by the Baltimore and Annapolis Rail Trail.

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External links

  • Schedules
  • Cromwell Station / Glen Burnie (Baltimore Light Rail station) on Google Street View


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