As you think about the upcoming NFL playoff game between the Ravens and Colts, The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) wants you to know they are ready to help.
Officials with the MTA are urging you to leave driving and parking hassles behind by riding the light rail, metro subway or the local bus service.
Large crowds are expected downtown, and the MTA argues they are the best bet to "ease the ride."
LIGHT RAIL - Ride Light Rail from 32 different stops to the Hamburg Street stop, located next to M&T Bank Stadium.
METRO SUBWAY - Ride the Metro Subway to Lexington Market or Charles Center Station and walk to M&T Bank Stadium.
LOCAL BUS - Fans can ride any of these Buses which stop near M&T Bank Stadium: Nos. 1, 3, 7, 11, 19, 27, 35 and 64.
The fare for all local MTA services is $1.60 one-way, $3.20 round trip, $3.50 day pass. On football game days, if the game runs past normal operating times, Light rail and metro subway will remain open for one hour past the end of the game.
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