Carroll Area Transit System (CATS) is a nonprofit corporation providing a specialized form of transportation service. Demand-Response is a shared ride, door to door, advanced reservation service offered on a space available basis and with driver assistance.
TransIT Services of Frederick County provides Public Transit to connector and shuttle routes as well as Paratransit demand-response transport for seniors and people with disabilites. Additionally TransIT offers Commuter Services such as Meet-the-MARC shuttles and trip-planning information.
The MTA runs four (4) routes using the Inter-County Connector (ICC): 201, 202, 203, and 204. You can find schedule and map information on our Commuter Bus page (http://mta.maryland.gov/commuter-bus), simply select the ICC Route in the "Select Route" drop down. You can also download the MTA ICC Fact Sheet or go to the MTA ICC website for more information.
The No. 201 operates 7 days a week
• Gaithersburg Park and
The No. 202 operates weekdays with 3
• Metropolitan Grove MARC
The No. 203 operates weekdays
• Snowden River Park
The No. 204 operates weekdays with 4
• Monocacy MARC Station
Harford County Transit provides travel services to Aberdeen, Havre de Grace, Riverside, Edgewood, and Joppatowne. Use Harford Transit service to link up with MTA's Flyer and MARC train service to Baltimore and Washington D.C.
Intercity bus service that connects rural communities throughout Maryland.Wherever you’re coming from or going to, it’s more convenient than ever to get there with Maryland Travel Link.
Ride On is the primary public transportation system in Montgomery County, Maryland. Ride On serves Montgomery County as well as the community of Langley Park in Prince George's County. Ride On also serves the Takoma Metro station, and Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, D.C.
Information on public transportation in and around Prince George's County, including :Metrobus, Metrotrail, TheBus, Call-A-Bus, Park and Ride, Commuter Connection, Central Maryland Regional Transit, Call-A-Cab, MARC and County Roads.
County Commuter operates all of the public transportation in Washington County. The County Commuter public transit system runs eight, fixed urban routes that originate in Hagerstown and offer service to Funkstown, Halfway, Long Meadow, Maugansville, Robinwood, Smithsburg and Williamsport.
Public Transit Takes Us There is a nationwide public transit advocacy website. The link provided offers information on transit options for all of Maryland. Once on the website you will find loads of information on the benefits of public transit and how to become an advocate yourself!