Parking & Shuttles
No matter what your mode of transportation, getting in and around the Baltimore area is a breeze.
Ride for free within the City!
Baltimore Shuttle Service: Charm City Circulator
The orange line picks up and drops off right in front of the Baltimore Convention Center and service a between Hollins Market through Harbor East. Click here for a map of the Expo East hotel block and a list of transportation options for the area. (Including the FREE Charm City Circulator routes!)
Live just outside the Baltimore area?
Plan on taking a regional bus or train and we'll pay for you to get here!
Expo East's "Travel Green, Save Green" Program
Qualified buyers attending the show can ride a regional bus or train to the show and Expo East will reimburse you up to $50--just visit the Travel Green, Save Green Desk in registration (level 400) with your receipt and badge to claim your reimbursement. While Supplies Last!
Flying into Baltimore?
Take the Light Rail directly to the Convention Center!
The easiest way to get to the Baltimore Convention Center from the airport is on the light rail. Board the light rail at Terminal E of the airport and ride for eleven stops until you reach the Convention Center stop. A one-way ticket on the light rail costs $1.60, and the light rail does not run at all hours, so make sure to check the schedule for when you are flying in.
Or receive a discount when you book a shuttle.
Receive a discount through SuperShuttle or ExecuCar when traveling between the airport and your hotel. View details. Book via phone: (800) 258 3826 or online here. Use Group Code: V6RXK
Driving into Baltimore and need to park a car?
Don't forget to carpool and help save on both pollution and parking costs! Visit www.bestparking.com, select "Baltimore" and a map will pop up with garages and parking options.
The many attractions of the Inner Harbor are within walking distance of each other.
When venturing between neighborhoods around the harbor, try the Baltimore Water Taxi. Or, take advantage of Baltimore's excellent public transportation. Grab a super-cheap day pass for the metro subway or hop on a local bus.