About the Project

The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) is working with Baltimore County to identify the investments needed to create better transit connections at Rolling Road and US-40 (Giant Food and Walmart Shopping Center) in Catonsville.

Project Goals

  • Create easier connections between MTA routes, other transit services, and local destinations
  • Create a more comfortable waiting environment for customers and bus operators
  • Dedicated space for bus layovers

About the Site

This location is the Maryland Transit Administration’s (MTA) busiest transfer location in the suburban community of Catonsville, with about 350 people catching buses here on an average weekday. This is a crucial link between Catonsville and its surrounding communities and destinations. The transfer point connects bus routes that run to Downtown Baltimore, Downtown Columbia, Pikesville, and Patapsco. This transfer also facilitates connections between eight routes across multiple agencies including the MTA bus network, the Regional Transportation Agency of Central Maryland (RTA), and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s (UMBC) Transit system.

Project Schedule

Spring 2024

Project Kick-Off and Public Survey

Summer 2024

Develop Concepts

Pending Funding

Advance Preferred Concept for Final Design and Construction

Comment and Participate

MTA is currently conducting stakeholder and community outreach, in addition to analysis of the site conditions. We are now seeking feedback from community members and transit riders in an effort to better understand the experience of utilizing the Catonsville Transit Hub. Please consider sharing your experience at the Catonsville Transit Hub.


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Photo of Catonsville Transit Hub

Current service to Catonsville Transit Hub