Baltimore has a well-developed public transit system which includes buses, a
subway line, light rail, and commuter trains. Because Johns Hopkins Medicine is
a major employer in the Baltimore area, the Maryland Transit Administration provides numerous transportation options to the East
Baltimore campus. Below are brief descriptions of four options available to get
you to campus via public transportation.
- Metro - The metro subway runs from Owings Mills Mall, through downtown
Baltimore, and ends at the hospital below Broadway. This is a great option
if you live in the Northwest suburbs of Baltimore.
- Light Rail
- The light rail runs from Hunt Valley south to the BWI Airport. One can
take the light rail into the city and then connect to the JHMI-Homewood Shuttle at Penn
- MARC train
- The MARC train runs from Washington, D.C. to Baltimore. You can ride to
Penn Station and then take the JHMI-Homewood Shuttle
- Bus -
The bus system has local lines that run to JHMI including routes from
Canton, Fells Point, and Patterson Park as well as several express lines
that run from commuter lots in the suburbs.
Fare information is available at the Maryland Transit Administration website.
For safety tips on public transportation, please visit the JHMI Corporate Security website.