Traveling to Baltimore is easy, and enjoying the neighborhood surrounding the conference hotel is too. See Visit Baltimore’s Transportation page for more information.


By Air

Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) is a major transportation hub serving the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area. BWI is served by many major airlines, including American, Delta, Southwest, and United, and there are numerous non-stop flights to Baltimore from various cities around the US.

By Train

If you are on the east coast, travel by train is even easier! Baltimore is served by several different routes and the Baltimore Penn Station, the main Amtrak station, is just a few miles from our host hotel. In addition, the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) operates the MARC Train, which provides service to Baltimore and the surrounding suburbs, as well as to Washington DC and Martinsburg, West Virginia.

Public Transportation

The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) operates several train lines in and around Baltimore. The light rail is a convenient way to get around the city with stops at popular destinations like our host neighborhood, the Inner Harbor, Johns Hopkins University, and the Baltimore airport.