Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI) is approximately 10 miles from the airport to conference hotels.
The MTA Light Rail goes from BWI to Downtown Baltimore for only $1.90. The conference hotels are conveniently located only a few blocks from the Light Rail. Hotels are closest to the "Pratt Street" Light Rail Station. More info: https://www.bwiairport.com/to-from-bwi/transportation/transit/mta-light-rail
Service is available on a first come, first serve basis from the lower level curb of all terminals. All taxis are metered. Approximate cost from Baltimore-Washington International to the downtown hotels is $35.00.
Daily Commuters- Parking Options
For local attendees planning to drive in each day for the conference, the Orioles Stadium, Lot C is an option. It is a 10 minute walk to the Baltimore Convention Center. Daily parking is $15 for 2-12 hours, $24 for 12+ hours. Overnight parking is NOT permitted in this lot.
Directions to Lot C:
Directions to Hilton Hotel:
From 83 South:
Follow 83 to Lombard Street. Right on Lombard Street. Left on Green Street, left on Pratt Street. Hotel is two blocks on the right.
From I-95 North:
Exit 53 (395 North), stay in left lane. Turn left on Camden, right on Paca, right on Pratt Street. Hotel on the right. Please note that during Camden Yards events, Camden Street may be closed. From Exit 53 follow to Russell Street, turn right on Pratt. Hotel is on the right.
95 South through Ft. McHenry Tunnel:
Take Ft. McHenry Tunnel to Exit 53 (395 North), stay in left lane. Turn left on Camden, right on Paca, right on Pratt Street. Hotel on the right. Please note that during Camden Yards events Camden Street may be closed. From Exit 53 follow to Russell Street, turn right on Pratt. Hotel is on the right.
Four Way to Get Around Town:
1. Charm City Circulator: Free bus service with four routes that go north-south and east-west to many attractions and hotels. Take the Bonner route to get from the Inner Harbor to Fort McHenry. The Circulator runs every 15-20 minutes, seven days a week: hours vary.
2. Baltimore Water Taxi: Baltimore's most scenic way to get around, with stops from the Inner Harbor to Canton. For a one-piece, all-day pass, you can ride around the harbor or hop on and off to visit attractions and have lunch.
3. Electric Scooters: Baltimore's newest mode of transporation, Bird, Jump, Lime and Spin electric scooters are available throughout the city. With an app, you can pick up a scooter wherever you find one, scoot around town, and drop the scooter when you are done. Helmets and drivers' licenses required.
4. MTA: Maryland's public transit authority operates the Light Rail and the Metro subway, plus more than 60 bus routes throughout the city. Check the website for schedules and routes at: mta.maryland.gov
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