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Getting to Fort Meade

Fort Meade, Maryland, and its periphery are easily accessible by multiple roadways, airports, and rail.

Fort Meade can be approached by car from all directions. For travel from the Baltimore region, or from the southern, Washington DC area, Fort Meade can be reached by eastward travel off of exits on I-95, U.S. Route 1, or 295 (Baltimore Washington Parkway). These exits will lead to MD-32 or MD-175. Both Maryland routes (MD-32, MD-175) are east to west connecting roads. Traffic from Annapolis, MD can also lead to Fort Meade via westward travel on I-97, involving westward travel off exit 7 onto MD- 32. For east or west travel, MD -32, also known as Patuxent Freeway can easily bring road traffic into Fort Meade, Maryland.

Fort Meade can be reached by nearby Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI). This large, metropolitian airport is approximately eight miles from Fort Meade. While no public transit exists directly onto Fort Meade, ground transportation is available for hire from the airport to Fort Meade. This ground transportation includes various taxis, luxury sedans, and multiple shuttles. These same services are available from Reagan International Airport, which is located just over thirty miles south of Fort Meade outside of Washington DC. Private air transit can be accommodated by a number of small landing strips in the Baltimore Washington metropolitian area.

For those traveling from the District of Columbia, Maryland, or Virginia area, the Maryland Area Rail (MARC) transportation system operates Monday through Friday. The MARC train has multiple connections with Amtrak, Virginia Railway Express, and Washington DC's Metrorail, making rail transportation convenient. The MARC service's Penn Line has a stop in Odenton, MD, just a few minutes road trek from Fort Meade.

Roads leading to Fort Meade are not pedestrian friendly, therefore, eliminating potential for foot or bicycle travel. Additionally, Washington area is known for heavy traffic, particularly between the Baltimore-Washington corridor. Be mindful of delays and tolls, particularly when traveling through Baltimore's area tunnels or bridges. While traveling from more remote areas, such as Frederickburg, Maryland, or western DC, use of the Inter-County Connecter (ICC) is advised. The ICC easily connects state routes with I-95 just north of Washington DC, just south of Fort Meade. Maryland's mild weather should limit weather related traffic delays.

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