What is the Baltimore Red Line?
The Red Line is a proposed Light Rail transit project that will create the Baltimore region's first east-west rapid transit connection between west Baltimore County and east Baltimore City, connecting the areas of Woodlawn, Edmondson Village, West Baltimore, Downtown, Harbor East, Fells Point, Canton and the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Campus. The Red Line could transform travel in the corridor with faster, more reliable service to the region’s job and entertainment centers as well as existing bus and rail services.
Where will the Red Line go?
The Red Line will travel 14.1 miles between west Baltimore County and east Baltimore City, stopping at 19 proposed stations listed below. In addition to serving downtown Baltimore, the line will also reach key Baltimore institutions like the Social Security Administration, University of Maryland at Baltimore and the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center Campus, as well as local attractions such as the Inner Harbor, Gwynn Falls Trails, the historic communities of West Baltimore, as well as the historic Fells Point community.
What is the project schedule?
View the current Project Timeline.