Annapolis Transportation

Centrally located between Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, D.C., Annapolis is easily accessible by car or bus via major thoroughfares. Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI) is located in the heart of Anne Arundel County, offering service from major airline carriers including Southwest Airlines. Amtrak offers a convenient East Coast stop near the airport. From BWI Airport, follow Airport exit signs. Take Exit 1, marked "To I-97, Annapolis." Follow to I-97 South to Rt. 50 East. Take Exit 24.

From Baltimore, take I-97 south then go east on Hwy 50. From Washington (D.C.), take Hwy 50 East.

AMTRAK and MARC trains stop at BWI and connect to Annapolis by the C-60 Bus Route. It departs from Spa Road, the Stadium and goes to BWI, Arundel Mills Mall, Cromwell Station. Operates Monday thru Friday 7 am until 7 pm.

If you are coming from Washington, D.C., on weekdays, you can take the METRO to New Carrollton Station and catch the 921 bus into Annapolis.

Light rail provides a quick link from Baltimore's famed Inner Harbor and Camden Yards to BWI Airport.

Greyhound Bus serves Annapolis every day.

The best way to get around the Annapolis region is to ride Annapolis Transit, which provides daily service at little to no cost to Annapolis, Parole, Arnold, Edgewater, southern Anne Arundel County and the BWI region. The Annapolis Department of Transportation (ADOT) provides transit and commuter solutions through three shuttle routes and a fixed-route system comprised of eleven routes. The ADOT system links residents and visitors to the State's capital with recreational areas, shopping centers, educational and medical facilities and employment hubs. Through a deviated fixed-route services, ADOT also offers transportation for the elderly and persons with disabilities.