Frederick Transportation

Few destinations are more centrally located to America's mid-Atlantic attractions than Frederick County. It's just a few hours from New York, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh, and minutes from Washington, DC, Baltimore, MD, Harpers Ferry, WV, Gettysburg, PA, and Sharpsburg, MD.

From Washington (D.C.) and Montgomery County, take Interstate 270. Southbound traffic is heavily congested during morning rush hour and Northbound in the evening. From Baltimore and points east, take Interstate 70. From Hagerstown and points west, take Interstate 70. From Gettysburg and points north, take Route 15. Once in Frederick, there are public parking garages and street parking in the historic downtown area.

Maryland Rail Commuter (MARC) connects Frederick to Baltimore and Washington. From Amtrak's Baltimore and Washington stations, MARC rail will transport you to the three stations in Brunswick, The City of Frederick, or Point of Rocks. MARC provides commuter rail service to Frederick Monday through Friday.

Reagan National, Dulles, and Baltimore/Washington International Airports are less than an hour's drive away. The Frederick Municipal Airport also serves general aviation.

Greyhound Bus has a terminal in downtown Frederick.

TransIT provides high quality public transportation, paratransit and commuter services in a safe, dependable, and courteous manner. TransIT promotes mass transportation alternatives in the region and assists Frederick County citizens to select the most cost-effective and convenient transportation alternative.