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Patapsco (Baltimore Light Rail station)

Patapsco
Station statistics
Address 751 West Patapsco Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21227
Coordinates

39°14′31.11″N 76°37′47.47″W / 39.2419750°N 76.6298528°W / 39.2419750; -76.6298528Coordinates: 39°14′31.11″N 76°37′47.47″W / 39.2419750°N 76.6298528°W / 39.2419750; -76.6298528

Line(s)
  Light Rail
Hunt Valley – BWI Marshall
  Light Rail
Hunt Valley – Cromwell
Connections 14, 16, 17, 51, 77
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Parking 216 free spaces
Other information
Owned by Maryland Transit Administration
Services
Preceding station   MTA Maryland   Following station
Light Rail
Hunt Valley – BWI Marshall
toward Hunt Valley
Light Rail
Hunt Valley – Cromwell

The Patapsco Light Rail Stop is one of 33 stops on the Baltimore Light Rail. The stop is located along Patapsco Avenue from which its name is derived. The station serves as a hub for several MTA bus routes. The Patapsco stop was the final stop along the line for a period from September 1992 until April 1993, when the line was extended to Linthicum.

The station has 216 spaces for commuters,[1] some of that allow for overnight parking. Patapasco Station was the original northern terminus of the Baltimore and Annapolis Railroad, which connected to the Curtis Bay Branch of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.

Bus routes 14, 17, 51, and 77 lay over at the Patapsco Light Rail Stop. Route 16 also passes through the station in both directions along its route.

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