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Owings Mills (Baltimore Metro Subway station)

Owings Mills
Station statistics
Address 5018 Painters Mill Road
Owings Mills, MD 21117
Coordinates

39°24′27″N 76°46′51″W / 39.40762°N 76.78074°W / 39.40762; -76.78074Coordinates: 39°24′27″N 76°46′51″W / 39.40762°N 76.78074°W / 39.40762; -76.78074

Line(s)
  Metro Subway
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2
Parking 3500 spaces
Other information
Opened July 1987
Owned by Maryland Transit Administration
Services
Preceding station   MTA Maryland   Following station
Old Court
toward Johns Hopkins Hospital
Metro Subway Terminus

The Owings Mills Metro Subway Station is one of 14 stops along the Baltimore Metro Subway line. It is the most northern and western station on the line, and has more parking spaces than all other stops along the line.

The station is located in the center median of Interstate 795 and is within a close walk of the Owings Mills Mall.

Two buses currently serve this station:

Construction plans

Currently, construction is in place to build Owings Mills Town Center on some of the ground of the Owings Mills Metro Subway Station that would include shops, hotels, office space, and townhouses. A garage has been built to replace some parking spaces lost due to this project.

External links

  • Owings Mills (Baltimore Metro Subway station) on Google Street View
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