Glen Burnie

Glen Burnie, along with its neighbor Linthicum, has a population of about 45,000 in Central Maryland, just south of Baltimore, and home to BWI Airport.

Get in

By plane

BWI (Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport) IATA: BWI, ,  +1 410 859-7111. is Baltimore's main airport and one of the three major airports for Washington, D.C., and is just west of Glen Burnie. Parking rates for 24 hours: $22/hourly garage, $12/daily garage, $10/Express lot, $8/Long term lot.

By car

Glen Burnie and Linthicum are surrounded by all the major highways in the area—I-95, I-895, and MD-295 (Baltimore-Washington Parkway) are all just west, MD-100 is south, I-695 (Baltimore Beltway) is north, and MD-10 (Arundel Expwy) is east. I-195 cuts east through the three western highways and leads directly to BWI.

By rail

The Marc Train Penn Line stops at BWI on its route between D.C.'s Union Station and Baltimore's Penn Station, but only on weekdays. Baltimore's Light Rail (which also goes to Penn Station) has five stops in the area, including its southern termini at BWI and Cromwell/Glen Burnie. Amtrak has three lines stopping at BWI: Acela Express, Northeast Regional, and Vermonter, connecting BWI to Baltimore, D.C., and most points northeast.

By bus

The most important bus route leading to/from BWI is the B30 Metrobus, which connects the airport with the Greenbelt station on the Washington, D.C. Metro's Green Line.

MTA also runs numerous bus routes around the area, including ones into Baltimore.

See

St Alban's Episcopal

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Go next

Routes through Glen Burnie

Baltimore  N  S  Annapolis
Arbutus Linthicum  W  E  Dundalk Towson
Downtown Baltimore Linthicum  N  S  END



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