Regional Travel

  • The Commuter Crew assists citizens with joining carpools and vanpools, in addition to finding transit routes that are right for them. The services function in Maryland and Washington, D.C areas. Ridesharing is your ticket to easier and cheaper transportation.Visit www.commutercrew.org to download travel apps.
  • Use Transit on Google Maps to get to Annapolis from anywhere. Google Maps integrates transit stop, route, schedule, and fare information to make trip planning quick and easy for everyone. The Transit on Google Maps feature is available on selected mobile devices through Google Maps for mobile.

Greyhound and Megabus Bus Services

Greyhound buses no longer stop at City of Annapolis Department of Transportation at 308 Chinquapin Round Road. The new Greyhound bus stop is at Harry S. Truman Park and Ride, off Harry S. Truman Parkway, near MVA in Annapolis. For sales and information, please call Greyhound at 800-231-2222. For other concerns, please call Greyhound customer service at 214-849-8966.

The Megabus stop in Annapolis is located at the MTA Truman Park & Ride lot, 275 Harry S. Truman Parkway, at the last bus bay.

Maryland Transit Administration (MTA)

Coming from Baltimore and/or BWI to Annapolis

  • Take the Light Rail* to the Patapsco Station
  • Take the Number 14 Bus to Annapolis

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

Other Commuter Options

Air Travel

Commercial Airports

Private Airports

Water Taxi & Boating Information

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. Call the Water Taxi dispatcher at 410-263-0033 or VHF 68.   View more Water Taxi information on Cruise On the Bay.

For information about boating in Annapolis Harbor, contact the Annapolis Harbormaster's Office via email or at 410-263-7973, or visit the Harbormaster's Office page.