MTA plans for transit doubleheader on Sunday If O's, Ravens both play, changes would affect where some fans park

October 01, 1997

Preparing for the chance that the Orioles and Ravens both will be playing at home on Sunday, the Mass Transit Administration has announced several adjustments in parking for fans using public transportation.

The Ravens play the Pittsburgh Steelers at 1 p.m. at Memorial Stadium. If Game 4 of the the Orioles' AL Division Series against Seattle is necessary, it will be played at either 4: 07 p.m. or 7: 30 p.m. at Camden Yards.

Here are the MTA's plans for Sunday:

The Cromwell/Glen Burnie light rail station will be used for baseball. Fans who use this station for football will be asked to use the employee parking lot of the Motor Vehicle Administration in Glen Burnie at 6601 Ritchie Highway, N.E.

Severna Park's Park and Ride lot will be used for baseball. Anne Arundel Community College will be used for football parking.

The White Marsh Mall/JC Penney parking lot will be used for baseball parking. The White Marsh Park and Ride lot will be used for football.

The Timonium Park and Ride lot will be used for baseball. Patrons who use this lot for football are asked to use the Hunt Valley Mall parking lot.

The Southwest Park and Ride lot will be designated for baseball. UMBC's lot No. 17 will be used for football.

All parking areas will be posted, and MTA staff will be available to help patrons.

For football games, the MTA provides service to Memorial Stadium for all Ravens home games from area Park and Ride lots and regular bus service on the No. 3 and No. 22 lines.

Buses will also stop at the Cold Spring Metro subway station, the Cold Spring light rail stop and Poly/Western high schools.

Express buses to Memorial Stadium leave Park and Ride lots three hours before game time and depart 20 minutes after the game.

Round-trip fares range from $5 to $6.

Pub Date: 10/01/97

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