TRANSIT SYSTEMS IN MARYLAND

PRESENT AND PAST


BALTIMORE/WASHINGTON AREA

ADDITIONAL MAJOR CITIES

SMALLER CITIES

Includes current transit systems with web links.


FURTHER INFORMATION

More detailed information on the large city transit systems, present and past.

Washington DC
Baltimore (link)


STATEWIDE TRANSIT LINKS

Links to transit system Web sites and further information on public transportation throughout the state.

Transportation Association of Maryland


Outside Baltimore, some of the main streetcar systems in Maryland became owned by Potomac Edison Co., which continues to provide electricity to those areas. Potomac Edison Co. also operated some connecting interurban lines. From 1923 to 1948, Potomac Edison Co. was a subsidiary of American Water Works & Electric Co..


ADDITIONAL LINKS

Unofficial MARC Railfan & Modeler Site


Maryland is a small densely populated state, extensively covered by public transportation. Many of the transit systems in Maryland thus interconnect, enabling the possibility of long continuous interurban journeys exclusively using local transit.


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