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General Information

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Metro Subway is completely accessible

The 15.5-mile, 14 station Metro Subway system operates from the Owings Mills corporate and shopping complex in Baltimore County, through the heart of Downtown Baltimore‚Äôs business, shopping and sightseeing districts to world-renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital.  

 Before riding the Metro Subway, you must first purchase a ticket from a ticket vending machine at the station.  Pass through the turnstile and get onboard.  Listen for your station stop, or refer to the system map in each car. 

Smoking, eating, drinking, and playing radios or audio devices without earphones are not permitted by law on the Metro Subway.

Service Animals
MTA welcomes service on all our service.