How do I get a MetroCard in Maryland?

How do I get a MetroCard in Maryland?

Purchase Online at Order from as you normally have. You will receive a new smart card with each order. The card will contain an electronically loaded monthly Metro pass and a MARC, or MTA Commuter Bus sticker pass.

Can I use my SmarTrip card in Baltimore?

The SmarTrip® and CharmCard® may look different on the outside, but they are the same smart card on the inside. In fact, you may use either one interchangeably in the Washington, DC and Baltimore metropolitan areas to pay your transit fare and to exit Metro parking lots in the Washington, DC area.

How do I pay for the MTA bus in Baltimore?

Your New Way To Pay CharmPass is the official mobile ticketing app for MDOT MTA. For the first time ever, you can pay for BaltimoreLink local buses (CityLink, LocalLink, and Express BusLink), Light RailLink, Metro SubwayLink, MARC Train, and Commuter Bus services directly from your smartphone.

How much is a 30 day unlimited MetroCard?

Cost: $33 (7-day) or $127 (30-day). You have unlimited swipes on the subway and local buses for either 7 or 30 days. Your MetroCard can only hold one Unlimited Ride refill at a time. You can’t pause an unlimited ride card once you’ve started using it.

How do I get a MetroCard?

In New York City, the MetroCard can be purchased at any MTA Metro-North Railroad station ticket vending machine or staffed ticket windows. MetroCards can also be purchased from a MetroCard vending machine or staffed sales booths in New York City subway stations.

Is Baltimore bus free?

The Charm City Circulator (CCC), a fleet of 24 free shuttles that travel four routes in the central business district of Baltimore City, Maryland. The Harbor Connector (HC) is an extension of the CCC and is the City’s free maritime transit service connecting 6 piers through four vessels.

How much money can you put on a Metrocard?

A MetroCard holder can spend up to $80 in one transaction and up to a total value of $100. Pay-Per-Ride MetroCards can also be filled with unlimited ride time in 7- or 30-day increments.

How much is an unlimited MetroCard 2020?

On Feb. 27, the MTA board voted to increase the cost of unlimited ride MetroCards from $121 to $127 for a 30-day unlimited card and from $32 to $33 for a 7-day unlimited card. The MTA will also do away with pay-per-ride bonuses that add a few extra bucks to you card when you pay for more than one or two rides.

Does CVS sell MetroCards?

CVS Health told Metro they will stop selling and reloading Metro cards in their stores in the D.C. area starting May 31, ending a partnership that has been in place for almost a decade. Metro says the move will hurt people who use Metrobus or don’t often go to Metro stations.

Is Baltimore Metro Safe?

Baltimore Metro is in the 30th percentile for safety, meaning 70% of metro areas are safer and 30% of metro areas are more dangerous.

How much does it cost to use a metro card?

You put a dollar value on the card and pay $2.75 at the beginning of each trip. The minimum balance for new cards is $5.50, the cost of two swipes. You can combine time and value on the same MetroCard. Time will always be used first. Value will become available the time on your card runs out.

Is the Metro day pass the same as the fare card?

Similar to the METRO Q® Fare Card, the METRO Day Pass is a reloadable card that offers a whole new way to ride, unlimited local bus and METRORail service with just three paid taps of your card – never pay more than $3 a day.

How much is a charm card in Baltimore?

CharmCard with $10.00 preloaded, valid for use on CityLink, LocalLink, Light RailLink, Metro SubwayLink, and Baltimore Neighborhood Shuttles. After the value is used, additional value or passes may be added to the card online or at ticket vending machines.

Where to apply for reduced fares in Baltimore?

The application is available at the Reduced Fare Certification Office (410-767-4833). Applicants must return the completed application by fax (410-333-4347), by mail (MTA Reduced Fare Certification Office, 6 St. Paul St., Baltimore, MD 21202), or in person.