Looking for a room close to Baltimore during Fleet Week 2016 or the Baltimore Running Festival?
Howard County hotels are a short 20 minute drive from the heart of the Inner Harbor and close to public transportation. Parking at Howard County hotels is free and taking public transportation means you can avoid a lot of the inevitable traffic. Howard County is the green in between Baltimore & DC, making it the perfect place to escape after the excitement of the city or relax after running a herculean distance. You'll find less crowded restaurants serving world-class meals made with delicious local ingredients and plenty of fun for family members of all ages.
Public Transportation Options
During Maryland Fleet Week & Air Show Baltimore, you may experience a heavier volume of traffic due to the special events taking place throughout the city. Please be patient, check MDFleetWeek.com for updates and road closures, and strongly consider taking public transportation into downtown Baltimore.
Light Rail service will take you right into town with stops at Camden Yard and M&T Bank Stadium. We suggest hopping on at the BWI Business District, Linthicum or North Linthicum stops.
MTA operates a number of bus routes into and within the city, specifically bus Route 1, which travels to Fort McHenry.
Amtrak serves Baltimore with Acela and regional trains daily.
Once in the city, the Charm City Circulator provides east-west service (Orange Route) from Harbor East to the West Side, north-south service (Purple Route) from Federal Hill to Amtrak’s Penn Station, and the Banner Route* from the Inner Harbor to Fort McHenry. The Baltimore Water Taxi provides convenient service from the Inner Harbor to Fell’s Point, Harbor East, and Fort McHenry. *Information about the Banner Route during the Baltimore Marathon on Sat., Oct. 15, will be announced when available.