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Mobility / Paratransit is a specialized, curb-to-curb service for people with disabilities who are not able to ride fixed-route public transportation, including lift-equipped buses.

Mobility service is provided within three-quarters of a mile of any fixed-route service in Baltimore City and Baltimore & Anne Arundel counties. The term "fixed-route" refers to Local Bus, Light Rail, or Metro Subway routes operated by the MTA. Mobility service is not offered within three-quarters of a mile of  Commuter Bus or  MARC Train routes.

Fare:  The one-way cash fare on Mobility service is $1.85.

For your convenience, pre-paid books of 20 Mobility tickets are sold for $37.00 at the MTA Transit Store located in the lobby of 6 St. Paul Street. The tickets have no expiration date.

Please Note: In order to serve as many customers as possible in a timely manner, please meet the Mobility vehicle at the curb of your pick-up point. Operators may not come up to your door or take you inside a building.