Best way to get to the Science + Technology Park at Johns Hopkins.
The Science + Technology Park at Johns Hopkins boasts a strong central location with easy access to highways, airports and public transportation. Accessible by car via major transportation links including I-95 and the Baltimore-Washington Parkway (MD-295). Link to Google Map
Where to park?
Parking is available in the parking garage at the corner of Ashland Ave. and N. Washington St. The garage entrance is on the left side of 900 N. Washington St. Link to Parking Rates. Short term metered parking is sometimes available in front of the building you are visiting. Be careful to park in only designated parking areas. For a copy of our parking and transportation map, click here.
Taking public transportation:
Bus Service: The MTA operates local, express and neighborhood buses in and around the Baltimore metropolitan area. Several routes make stops at the East Baltimore campus and Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. Fare information, schedule and route map
Charm City Circulator: A fleet of 21 free shuttles operating on three routes throughout Baltimore City. The Green Route stops at the Science + Technology Park at Johns Hopkins, just steps from the Rangos Building, 855 N. Wolfe St.. Complete schedule and route map
Metro Subway: Above-ground and underground trains, operating in a northwest-to-southeast route from Owings Mills to The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Fare information, schedule and route map
Baltimore/Washington International (BWI) Airport:
Baltimore / Washington International Airport, the closest access for domestic and international air travel, is approximately 30 minutes away by car or taxi.
Taxis are available outside the lower level of the terminal. Rates from BWI to Downtown Baltimore and the Science + Technology Park at Johns Hopkins vary from $35 to $50. PLEASE NOTE: if you are scheduling a taxi from the Park to the airport, call in advance. Taxis are not always available at a moment’s notice.
Super Shuttle Service is available to Downtown Baltimore. Information is available in the airport baggage area. Approximate one-way price is $15.
Rental car agencies are located in a facility remote from the Airport. Passengers arriving on flights should take the free shuttle from the lower level terminal for a ten-minute ride to the new facility.
Reagan National Airport (DCA):
Some visitors use Reagan National Airport. Located close to downtown Washington DC, this airport offers additional schedules and flexibility if your trip involves travel throughout the Baltimore / Washington area. On-Airport rental car counters are located on the first floor in Parking Garage A. The Washington, DC Metrorail system has an elevated Metrorail station connected to the concourse level.
Dulles International Airport (IAD):
The region’s major international airport is Dulles International. If you are arriving, here is a link to ground transportation options.
CAUTION: Highway traffic to either DCA or IAD can be congested, especially but not limited to rush hour. Give yourself plenty of time on departure.
Rail Service is available in the Northeast Corridor.
From Boston to Washington D.C. service is available on AMTRAK. Here is a link to Baltimore’s Penn Station. During the weekday, trains run on almost an hourly basis.
MARC – Maryland Area Regional Commuter trains run Monday – Friday between Baltimore and Washington D.C. MARC also connects to other locations within Maryland. Here is a link to MARC service.