GetAround
Located just off I-95, Baltimore is a truly accessible East Coast city. And once you’re in Downtown, your options to get around are extensive. Park your car in one of our many garages and walk, bike, boat, or Circulate to your destination. Baltimore is a transit-connected city, and also one of the most walkable in the US. However you get from A to B, we hope you enjoy the ride.
  • Parking Lot Closure

    The parking lot at Liberty & Clay Street is closing! Currently only the portion of the lot closest to Liberty Street is closed but soon the entire lot will be unavailable. Drivers are encouraged to make new parking arrangements within the next 30 days.

  • Steam line work closes lane on Saratoga

    Veolia is fixing a steam line on Saratoga Street, between Charles & St. Paul. One lane heading west is closed on this block for up to a few weeks while the steam line underground is repaired.

    » Read More...
  • Casino Grand Opening

    The new Horseshoe Casino will bring extremely large crowds Downtown on Aug. 26, in addition to the Orioles game that night. If possible use public transportation. A temporary Charm City Circulator shuttle will run along Pratt and Lombard Streets to transport patrons to the Casino during the first week of operations.

    » Read More...
  • September Traffic

    As if it's not already confusing traveling into the city, Labor Day and Star-Spangled Spectacular will add to the confusion. I-95 between the Caton Ave. on-ramp and the Fort McHenry Tunnel will be split by a work zone. Only traffic in the right lane will be able to exit to Russell St, 395 and Key Hwy. You're going to wish your car could fly.

    » Read More...
GoBaltimore
Charm City Circulator

Circulator

It’s fast, it’s free, it’s fantastic. The Circulator is Downtown’s free bus system. Get real-time arrivals with the Charm City Circulator app and plan your commute.

Biking in Baltimore

Biking

For savings, health, and environmental impact reasons, tons of Downtown employees and residents have eschewed car ownership in favor of biking.

Charm City Commuter Options

Commuter Options

Take the MTA bus system, the Metro Subway, or MARC train to get around in Downtown Baltimore, and surrounding counties and cities.

Car Sharing

Car Sharing

If sharing is caring, then Baltimore is the kindest place on earth. Thousands of residents enjoy car sharing as a way to cut costs and carbon footprints.

Traffic Cameras

Traffic Cameras

What better way to see what traffic is like…than to see what traffic is like?

Taxis

Taxis

Whether you go old school or new wave, it’s easy to get from A to B in Baltimore just by lifting a finger.

Downtown Partnership of Baltimore has partnered with Parking Panda, the nationwide leader in online parking reservations, to allow visitors to purchase guaranteed parking around Downtown Baltimore. View real-time availability and pricing at many convenient locations around the city.

Once purchased, parking is 100% guaranteed even if the location otherwise fills up. Simply present your purchase confirmation at the selected location, and this serves as your payment with no additional payments or fees ever.

Click below to purchase parking or select a location from the interactive map:

Downtown Baltimore Parking

Baltimore Parking powered by Parking Panda