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Availability of MARC Parking

A recent Baltimore Sun article referred to the available parking at MARC Train stations on the Camden and Penn lines.  There is still significant parking available at a number of stations such as Dorsey, Savage, BWI Marshall Airport, Muirkirk and Bowie State.  MARC is presently looking to increase the number of available parking spaces at the Perryville, Aberdeen, Edgewood and Seabrook stations.  We are also looking at other parking alternatives to reduce overcrowding.    

 

As gas prices have escalated, transit agencies across the country are reporting record ridership. The average daily ridership on the MARC Train system was 32,604 in May 2008.  This reflects a 6.0% increase over May 2007.

 

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