As inflation soars and Maryland legislators debate whether to suspend state gas taxes for a second time this year, an anticipated bump in fare price for Baltimore’s public transit services will start Sunday. The cost to ride city buses, light rails and metro subways will cost 10 cents more in the Baltimore metropolitan area. The Maryland Department of Transportation’s transit administration is required by law to increase fares for core services by at least 10 cents every two years.
Baltimore bus, light rail and metro fares to increase 10 cents Sunday
June 27, 2022