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Tue Apr 25, 2017
Ecarter answered:
Thu Mar 24, 2016
Jonathan Lahey answered:
Hi Nate,

Here's a link map for bus stops at potomac - https://www.google.com.ph/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=bus%20stop%20at%20potomac&rflfq=1&rlha=0&tbm=lcl&tbs=lf:1,lf_ui:2&rlfi=hd:;si: ... more
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Sun Jul 5, 2015
Carole Warren answered:
Southern Avenue or Branch Avenue ... there are several park and ride areas where you can pay a flat fee and bus to DC or metro.
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Sun Apr 12, 2015
Kelly Putz answered:
ABSOLUTELY!!

I have lived in Frederick County (near Brunswick, the largest MARC stop on the Brunswick Line) for 7 years and my husband has commuted to Capitol Hill/Union Station the whole time on MARC. From Brunswick to Union Station is a 90 minute ride. My husband also drives in to the Hill at least once a week, on Tuesdays, and in rush hour traffic it's about a 90-120 minute commute. (20 minutes of that is actually just getting to the city of Frederick from our house near Brunswick). The best driving route to the Nats stadium area is down I-270, across the Legion Bridge to the GW Parkway, then across the 14th St bridge. That's the route my husband and I take to the Hill. There are commuter buses that go all the way into DC from out here, but they don't have as many timing options as MARC does.

Also, Frederick is growing by leaps and bounds. In the 2010 census, the state of MD grew by 9%. Frederick County grew by 25%!! There are a lot of people moving to Frederick from the metro DC area because it's a much easier life out here (that's why WE did it!). I'm a Realtor licensed in MD, DC and VA and I still do a lot of work in DC (I worked on the Hill myself when we first moved out here) and we have never regretted the move. Plus, when we want to go somewhere on the weekends, no traffic!

FYI: Cost of living out here is a lot better too. Daycare alone was worth the move.
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Mon Feb 2, 2015
Liz Benitez answered:
Dionne is right. It depends on which station you go to. Either way you are looking at around a 25 minute drive. More depending on traffic, less depending on your speed habits. There is another option besides driving. Charles County has a commuter bus that will take you into DC. http://mta.maryland.gov/commuter-bus. I know quite a few people that get an extra half hour of sleep on the way to and from work. If you are looking to make a long term move to Southern Maryland there is talk about a light rail system that will take you right to branch. http://www.somdnews.com/article/20120829/NEWS/708299694/light-rail-plan-has-officials-excited&template=southernMaryland ... more
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Tue Jan 6, 2015
Chelene Webster answered:
You can use 295/Baltimore Washington Parkway to get to Route 50 and then take that into the city or use 395, depending on where you are going in DC.
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Sun Sep 21, 2014
sabrinahomes4u asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/rental/3167326376-GREENBROOK-PLAT-11-7101-Lake-Dr-Greenbelt-MD-20770
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Sat Sep 13, 2014
Audrey Felts answered:
Which Metro Station were you referencing to? I suggest going to Google maps to find this information. Good luck!
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Sat Sep 13, 2014
Audrey Felts answered:
I suggest checking out the State of Maryland Department of Transportation website. I have included a direct link to the bus routes in Baltimore. Hope this helps!

http://mta.maryland.gov/local-bus ... more
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Sun Aug 24, 2014
Lenora Singleton asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/rental-community/9000005460/Rosedale-Park-4720-Rosedale-Ave-Bethesda-MD-20814/
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Fri Jul 25, 2014
Audrey Felts answered:
Did you want to know the taxes of a particular property?
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Sat Jul 12, 2014
Audrey Felts answered:
I suggest going to the website below. It is the Baltimore City Residential Permit Parking website. It will show you what areas require residential permit parking.

http://cityview.baltimorecity.gov/residentialparkingpermit/ ... more
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Sat Jul 5, 2014
Gus Gospodinov answered:
Katrina,

The closest metro station is Glenmont which is 8.5 miles away.

Thanks

Gus
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Akil Walker answered:
Hello CCauls,

I want to say the A2 bus but it might have changed so here the is the link below to metro to confirm.

'http://wmata.com


Best of luck
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Thu Apr 10, 2014
Phil Rotondo answered:
Sat Mar 22, 2014
Debbie Gerald answered:
Yes, Glenmont Metro Station is closest. However, an important question is what is your destination via metro?
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Tue Mar 18, 2014
Jessica Sauls answered:
Howard County does have public transportation as well! Here is a great link to help you get started! http://cc.howardcountymd.gov/displayprimary.aspx?id=6442459497
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Sun Mar 16, 2014
stephenlay answered:
none within 15 to 20 miles.
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Tue Feb 18, 2014
Bina Raghunath answered:
Laurel burtonsville - Metro Z9,Z29; Using ICC- http://www.mtaiccbus.com/
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