Baltimore Airport Station Reopens

The Northeast Corridor station in Linthicum, Maryland, that serves Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport has reopened following a $4.7 million renovation.

The station serves Amtrak and MARC commuter trains.

Work at the station included expanding the seating areas, providing natural sunlight, installing new ticketing facilities, and providing new options for food and drink.

The project began in 2018 and during the 14-month construction period passengers had to use a temporary station.

The BWI Airport Station also serves a LocalLink bus route and connects riders to the Maryland Transit Administration’s Light RailLink light-rail service at the airport.

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One Response to “Baltimore Airport Station Reopens”

  1. Cliff Edwards Says:

    Amtrak’s BWI station is a nightmare, because it has to have clearance for double stack container freight loads. This recent expenditure should have construction for a freight bypass route IMO. No chance it seems, & the lines for the dual elevators began yesterday.

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