Regional Travel

Regional Travel With MTA, Greyhound, and Taxi Services

Public Transit Options To Washington D.C. or Virginia:

There are several commuter transit options offered by MTA, Dillons (week day travel only), Young Transportation Services and Greyhound for travelers. They are:

  • #14 - Annapolis to Patapsco Light Rail Stop
  • #17 - From Baltimore City through Arundel Mills Mall, BWI Airport, & Patapsco Light Rail
  • #921- Annapolis to Washington, D.C.
  • #950- Kent Island, Annapolis, Washington, D.C.
MTA Information
MTA Administration Logo

Click here for MTA Commuter Bus Schedules and System Maps, you can also visit or call MTA at:

Coming from Baltimore and/or BWI You Will Take The:
  • Light Rail, to the
  • Patapsco Station and get on the
  • #14 Bus to Annapolis

MTA Light Rail stops include BWI Airport, Cromwell Station/Glen Burnie.

Other Commuter Options are:
  • MARC Train stations at BWI Airport and Odenton:
  • Which provide weekday service to Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
Howard Transit -

Connect-A-Ride -

  • Which includes service in Western Anne Arundel County


Taxi Cab Service
Taxi Cab Light Around 200 taxicabs and drivers are based in Annapolis and are licensed and regulated by the Department of Transportation.

Taxicab stands are located at the foot of Main Street and on West Washington Street at West Street. For information about specific cab service, Click Here, or check the Yellow Pages of the telephone book under "Taxicabs". Questions or complaints about taxicab operations can be addressed by Rosa Fuller at the Department of Transportation, 410.263.7994, ext. 6023.


Ridesharing is your ticket to easier and cheaper transportation. Connect with people who GO! when and where you want to GO!

To connect to local rideshare databases, contact:

The Annapolis Regional Transportation Management Association (ARTMA) at 410-269-RIDE

BWI Partnership at 410-859-1000

Commuter Connection 1-800-745-RIDE

Inter-County Connector

Click here for Young Transportation Services (replaces the 921)

You can also call Young Transportation at 1-301-407-8401

Washington Metrorail System (WMATA)

Crowd at Metro stationPrimary access to/from Annapolis is New Carrollton Metro station (the Orange Line). The Orange line provides access to transfer points to other Metro lines reaching National Airport and the Maryland and Virginia suburbs. Hours of operation are weekdays, 5:30 a.m. until midnight, and weekends, 8:00 a.m. until midnight. For more information, call 202.637.7000 or

Greyhound Bus
Four buses depart daily to the Eastern Shore and Baltimore from the Annapolis Department of Transportation headquarters on 308 Chinquapin Round Road.

National fare & Schedule 1-800-231-2222
Or visit

    Amtrak can be accessed at the New Carrollton Metro Station, at Penn Station in Baltimore, or in downtown Washington at Union Station. To reach AMTRAK, call 1.800.USA.RAIL or 410.827.7245, or visit

Airport Transportation

Airplane and Airport Sign

All other Airport Shuttle and taxi services are by reservation only. Contact a local hotel for information or check your telephone directory under for "airport transportation" or "taxicabs."

 Commercial Airports

  • Baltimore/Washington International (BWI) 1-800-435-9294
  • Dulles International in Virginia 703-572-2700
  • Reagan National in Washington 703-417-8000


 Private Airports

  • Lee Airport, Edgewater MD 410-956-2114
  • Bay Bridge Airport, Kent Island, MD 410-643-4364
  • Freeway Airport, Bowie MD 301-390-6424
  • Tipton Airport, Odenton, MD 410-222-6815

Water Taxi and Boating Information  

Water Taxi

Come by boat and enjoy Annapolis on foot or by bus or trolley. The Annapolis Harbor water taxis are operated during the warmer months and can be boarded at City Dock, other public and commercial shoreline destinations, or from boats on Spa and Back Creeks. Fares range from $2.00. Call the water taxi dispatcher at 410-268-7601 or on VHF Channel 68. For information about boating in Annapolis Harbor, contact the Annapolis Harbor Master at 410-263-7973 or