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Timonium Light Rail Stop

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Timonium Light Rail Stop

Station statistics
Address 2335 Greenspring Drive
Timonium, MD 21093

39°26′55″N 76°38′07″W / 39.44870°N 76.63515°W / 39.44870; -76.63515Coordinates: 39°26′55″N 76°38′07″W / 39.44870°N 76.63515°W / 39.44870; -76.63515

  Light Rail
Hunt Valley – BWI Marshall
  Light Rail
Hunt Valley – Cromwell
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Parking 851 spaces
Other information
Opened 1992
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

The Timonium Light Rail Stop is one of 33 stops on the Baltimore Light Rail and is the northern terminus of some trips. The station up until 1997 was the northern terminus, and also was for a few months during the double-tracking project in 2007. Currently, trains originating from Cromwell/Glen Burnie terminate at Timonium during peak commuting hours on weekdays. The stop is located along Deereco Road adjacent to the Maryland State Fairgrounds. Entry to events at the fairgrounds is possible from the location.

The station has 851 spaces for commuters.[1] Prior to the opening of the light rail in 1992, the parking lot was known as the Timonium Park-and-Ride. Express buses ran from the location to downtown Baltimore. Before this, the line was used by the former Northern Central Railway, which contained a station in Timonium.

Currently, the station is served by Route 83S Route 83S also provides a connection from this station into South-Central Pennsylvania.


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