The MICA Shuttle begins running at 5:00 pm every evening when classes are in session, including weekends. The shuttle takes students between campus buildings and from campus to their homes within a specified radius from campus. Students interested in using the shuttle to get to their off-campus apartments should check the boundaries of the route before renting an apartment. For more information abou the evening shutttle, click here or call Transportation Services at 410-225-2340.
The Collegetown Shuttle, a service of the Baltimore Collegetown Network (BCN), is a free shuttle that runs between 15 local colleges, as well as stops at Towson Town Center and Baltimore Penn Station, seven days a week. Students can use it to catch a movie at the mall, shop, or go to an activity at another college in Baltimore. Participating colleges include MICA, Johns Hopkins University, Loyola College, College of Notre Dame, Towson University, and Goucher College. Students must present their valid ID to ride the shuttle. For the Collegetown Shuttle schedule and more information about BCN, visit www.baltimorecollegetown.org.
Charm City Circulator
The CCC consists of three separate routes-the Green Route which runs from City Hall to Fells Point to Johns Hopkins, the Purple Route which runs from Penn Station to Federal Hill, and the Orange Route which runs from Hollins Market to Harbor East.
We encourage all of our students and visitors to use this service-not only is it free, it's efficient. A shuttle arrives every 10 minutes at the designated stops on each route.
The #31o stop on the Purple Route, right outside Penn Station, is just a short distance from MICA's Campus. Click here for a complete map of the Purple Route. For more information visit their website, www.charmcitycircular.com.
Buses, Subway, and Light Rail
Local bus, subway, and light rail fares start at $1.60, and exact change is often required. One-day passes are $3.50. Bus maps are available in the Student Activities Office (Meyerhoff House, First Floor) and online at www.mtamaryland.com.
Students also use taxis to get around Baltimore. Baltimore cab fares start at $2.00 if the cab responds to a call for pick-up, and then runs $1.80 per mile.