Getting to Mercy Using Mass Transit

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Mercy Medical Center offers the following information to help you get to our hospital using mass transportation. For the most current information please visit the Maryland Transit Administration website.

By Bus

  • West on Saratoga, #15, #23
  • North on Calvert, #61, #64
  • South on St. Paul, #61, #64
  • South on Guilford, #36
  • From White Marsh, #120
  • From Columbia, #150

NEXT: By Metro ›
By Metro

Charles Center Station:

  • On Baltimore Street, near Charles Street and Baltimore Street
  • Two blocks north of Charles Center Station.
  • Go one block north on Charles St. to Saratoga St., then take a right.
  • Mercy will be on your left in one block.

Lexington Market:

  • On Eutaw Street at Lexington and Saratoga streets
  • Five blocks east of Lexington Market Station.
  • Take Saratoga St. east toward Howard St.
  • Mercy will be on your left.
NEXT: By Lightrail ›
By Lightrail

Lexington Market:

  • At Howard and Saratoga Streets
  • Four blocks east of Lexington Market light rail stop.
  • Take Saratoga St. east toward Park Ave.
  • Mercy will be on your left.
NEXT: By Circulator ›
By Circulator

Visit Charm City Circulator for latest route/stop information.

Going North:

  • Stop 305 - Pleasant Street - N. Charles St. & W. Pleasant St.
  • On Pleasant St. walk 3 blocks east. Mercy will be straight ahead.

Going South:

  • Stop 317 - Saratoga Street - St. Paul St. & E. Saratoga St
  • Facing east Mercy is directly across the street, past Preston Gardens.
NEXT: By Taxi ›
By Taxi

Contact Yellow Cab of Baltimore - 410-685-1212

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