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Travel Directions by Train

Directions by Train

Metrorail from Washington, D.C.

From Red Line:Take the Red Line train (toward Glenmont). Transfer at the Fort Totten station to the Green Line train (toward Greenbelt). Get off at the College Park/U of MD station.
From Green Line:Take the Green Line train (toward Greenbelt); get off at the College Park/U of MD station.

The university's Shuttle-UM buses pick up university-bound passengers on the east side of the station. (The university has multiple shuttle bus routes, but this is the only one that leaves from the College Park Metro station. For a schedule, refer to the 104 College Park Metro shuttle schedule posted on the Shuttle-UM website.) Get off the Shuttle-UM at the M(the first campus stop). Walk west along Campus Drive (up the hill, going straight at the M traffic circle) and the Hornbake building will be the second building on your right just past the M.

MARC from Baltimore (Inner Harbor)

Take the Camden Line train (toward Washington, D.C.); get off at the College Park station.

The university's Shuttle-UM buses pick up university-bound passengers on the east side of the station. (The university has multiple shuttle bus routes, but this is the only one that leaves from the College Park Metro station. For a schedule, refer to the 104 College Park Metro shuttle schedule posted on the Shuttle-UM website.) Get off the Shuttle-UM at the M(the first campus stop). Walk west along Campus Drive (up the hill, going straight at the M traffic circle) and the Hornbake building will be the second building on your right just past the M.

MARC from Baltimore (Penn Station/West Baltimore/BWI Airport)

Take the Penn Line train (toward Washington, D.C.); get off at Union Station.
Transfer to the Metrorail system.
Take the Red Line train (toward Glenmont); transfer at the Fort Totten station to the Green Line train (toward Greenbelt); get off at the College Park/U of MD station.

The university's Shuttle-UM buses pick up university-bound passengers on the east side of the station. (The university has multiple shuttle bus routes, but this is the only one that leaves from the College Park Metro station. For a schedule, refer to the 104 College Park Metro shuttle schedule posted on the Shuttle-UM website.) Get off the Shuttle-UM at the M(the first campus stop). Walk west along Campus Drive (up the hill, going straight at the M traffic circle) and the Hornbake building will be the second building on your right just past the M.

Amtrak

To Washington, D.C. (Union Station):
Transfer to Metrorail system. Follow directions above for Metrorail from Washington, D.C.

Or

To New Carrollton, MD (This station is physically closer to the university than Union Station is, if you want to take a taxi. It will take twice as long, however, to take the Metro from New Carrollton to College Park, than it would from Union Station .):
Transfer to Metrorail system, taking the Orange Line towards Vienna Fairfax-GMU. Transfer at L'Enfant Plaza Metro Statoin to the Green Line (towards Greenbelt). Exit the Metrorail system at College Park, and following directions above to take the UM-Shuttle to UMD campus. (Alternatively, you can take the bus from the New Carrolton Metro Station to the College Park Metro station by exiting the turn styles at New Carrolton Metro Station, following signs for the bus bay, taking the Metro F6 Bus towards Fort Totten Station, and getting off at the College Park UMD Station and Bus Bay.)

 


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