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Penn–North station

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Line(s)  Metro Subway
Parking  No
Connection  MTA Maryland bus service
Tracks  2
Connections  MTA Maryland Buses
Opened  21 November 1983
Platforms in use  1
Penn–North station
Location  2501 Pennsylvania Avenue and 1601 North Avenue Baltimore, Maryland, 21217
Owned by  Maryland Transit Administration
Owner  Maryland Transit Administration
Similar  Cultural Center station, Falls Road, Gilroy Road, Cold Spring Lane, Timonium Business Park

Penn–North station is a Baltimore Metro Subway station in Baltimore, Maryland. Its name comes from its location, at the corner of Pennsylvania and North Avenues. It is the eighth most northern and western station on the line, and the first station when starting from Owings Mills that does not have free parking. Five Maryland Transit Administration bus lines serve the location:

  • 7 to Mondawmin Metro Subway Station (NB)/ Canton (SB)
  • 13 to Walbrook Junction or Moreland Avenue (WB)/ Canton or Milton Avenue (EB)
  • 21 to Fells Point (SB)/ Mondawmin Metro Subway Station (NB)
  • 54 to Milford Mill Metro Subway Station or Randallstown (NB)
  • 91 to Sinai Hospital (NB)/ City Hall (SB)
  • 2015 protests

    In April 2015, riots broke out around the station protesting the death of Freddie Gray.


    Penn–North station Wikipedia