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Hunt Valley (Baltimore Light Rail station)

Hunt Valley
Baltimore Light Rail
A train at the Hunt Valley Light Rail Stop
Station statistics
Address 98 Shawan Road
Hunt Valley, MD 21031
Coordinates

39°29′46.26″N 76°39′13.45″W / 39.4961833°N 76.6537361°W / 39.4961833; -76.6537361Coordinates: 39°29′46.26″N 76°39′13.45″W / 39.4961833°N 76.6537361°W / 39.4961833; -76.6537361

Line(s)
  Light Rail
Hunt Valley – BWI Marshall
  Light Rail
Hunt Valley – Cromwell
Connections Route 83S
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2
Parking 85 free parking spaces
Other information
Owned by Maryland Transit Administration
Services
Preceding station   MTA Maryland   Following station
Light Rail
Hunt Valley – BWI Marshall
Terminus
Light Rail
Hunt Valley – Cromwell

Hunt Valley is the northernmost stop on the Baltimore Light Rail. Trains arrive and depart here to and from BWI Airport, and, during off-peak hours, Cromwell Station/Glen Burnie. The line is immediately adjacent to the Hunt Valley Towne Centre shopping complex. There are 85 free public parking spaces at the station.[1]

Bus connections

Connections to the Route 9 (MTA Maryland) bus can be made from here. Though this line does not operate directly into the station, it is within a close walk.

York, Pennsylvania's Rabbit Transit Route 83S can also be reached at this station. The line provides six round trips on weekdays between York and Timonium.

References

External links

  • Schedules
  • Hunt Valley (Baltimore Light Rail station) on Google Street View


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