Making your way to the Chesapeake Bay region is convenient and easy, thanks to a sophisticated transportation system that keeps visitors moving along.
Highways & Tolls
The following are passenger-car toll fees:
I-95: Fort McHenry Tunnel, $2
I-95: John F. Kennedy Hwy. (Northbound Only), $5
I-695: Francis Scott Key Bridge, $2
I-895: Baltimore Harbor Tunnel, $2
U.S. Rt. 50: Chesapeake Bay (William Preston Lane, Jr. Memorial) Bridge Eastbound, $2.50
U.S. Rt. 301: Potomac River (Gov. Harry W. Nice Memorial) Bridge
U.S. Rt. 40: Susquehanna River (Thomas J. Hatem Memorial) Bridge Eastbound, $5.
E-ZPass® Toll Prepay System
410-727-3535 (sign-up/reservations), www.mtamaryland.com
MTA Bus, Light Rail and Metro Subway
Regular fare: $1.60 one way
Day pass (unlimited rides until 3 a.m. the following morning): $3.50
1-866-RIDE-MTA (1-866-743-3682), www.mtamaryland.com.
Ocean City Transit Bus Service
410-723-1607 (TDD: 410-723-3636), www.ococean.com/busflyer.html.
Weekday trips in the Baltimore-Washington corridor, eight Maryland counties and northeastern West Virginia on the Penn, Camden and Brunswick lines.
1-800-325-RAIL (1-800-325-7245), www.mtamaryland.com
Passenger rail services from more than 500 destinations on a 22,000-mile route system.
Penn Station, Baltimore
1525 N. Charles St
Regional & Commuter Airports
Carroll County Regional Airport
Easton Municipal Airport
Ocean City Municipal Airport
Capt. Walter F. Duke Regional Airport at St. Mary’s (Hollywood)
Salisbury/Ocean City/Wicomico Regional Airport
Points north and south connect to Baltimore via Carnival, Celebrity, Norwegian and Royal Caribbean cruise lines. The passenger terminal is located minutes from I-95 and Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.