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Camden Yards is located on the southern edge of downtown Baltimore, five blocks west of the Inner Harbor. Camden Yards can be reached by several mass transit options in the metropolitan Baltimore area. The major transit hub for Baltimore is Penn Station, located on the northern edge of downtown. A dedicated light rail line shuttle runs between Penn Station and Camden Yards.
Camden Yards is also a station on the Hunt Valley to BWI Airport and the Timonium to Cromwell Station/Glen Burnie light rail lines. These lines connect communities in northern and southern metropolitan Baltimore to the downtown city center area.
The Metro Subway passes through downtown Baltimore. The 15-mile route runs from the northwest area of the city into downtown Baltimore and continues on to the Johns Hopkins Medical Campus on the western edge of the downtown area. The Metro Subway has 14 stations.
Two stations are within walking distance. The Lexington Market station is located at West Lexington Street and South Eutaw Street. Camden Yards is located just five blocks south on Eutaw Street, which becomes a pedestrian mall and major entryway into Camden Yards and Oriole Park stadium. The Charles Center station is at North Charles Street and West Baltimore Street. Camden Yards is four blocks west from the station on West Baltimore Street and three blocks south on Eutaw Street.
Penn Station is also served by Amtrak and MARC (Maryland Area Regional Commuter). Amtrak provides express and local passenger railroad service to cities on the East Coast. MARC is a commuter rail system that connects Baltimore and Washington, D.C. with communities in suburban Maryland. The Penn line runs from Perryville, Md., to Penn Station and then on to Union Station in Washington, D.C.
The Camden line runs from Union Station in Washington, D.C., to the Camden station, which is adjacent to the Camden Yards light rail station.
Camden Yards is reached by automobile on Interstate 95, the major transportation corridor on the East Coast. Interstate 95 heads into downtown Baltimore from the west and intersects with Interstate 395, a two-mile link that runs directly north into the Camden Yards area. To reach Interstate 395 from the east, note that Interstate 95 becomes Interstate 895 where it intersects with Interstate 695 (Baltimore Beltway) in northeastern Baltimore. Interstate 895 passes through the Fort McHenry Tunnel just before reaching its intersection with Interstate 395 and Interstate 95.