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    Ravens ride?



    Anyone have experience with the ravens ride?


    I'm driving down from CT to the owing Hyatt and it says the bus picks up there and drops right off at Russell street...just wanted to see if anyone has personal experience with this

    Thanks

    Dan




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    Re: Ravens ride?

    Quote Originally Posted by batman55 View Post
    Anyone have experience with the ravens ride?


    I'm driving down from CT to the owing Hyatt and it says the bus picks up there and drops right off at Russell street...just wanted to see if anyone has personal experience with this

    Thanks

    Dan
    I rode the bus from the Southwest Park and Ride for a couple of years and it was well run. Cost from Owings Mills will be $25 per person. You may need to make reservations in advance, but you are guaranteed a seat on a coach bus with a bathroom on board. The bus company that you will have to make reservations with is Bill Rohrbaugh's Charter Service at http://www.rohrbaughs.com which will have playoff departure information on their website when the game time and date is announced.

    If you have two people or more you may be better off parking in a lot or garage from a financial standpoint. If you are interested in reserved guaranteed parking I suggest looking at Park Whiz which will help you find a spot in a downtown lot or garage their website for M&T Bank Stadium event parking and the website is at http://www.parkwhiz.com/mt-bank-stadium-parking/afc-wild-card-game-101454/ the only disadvantage is that its a longer walk to the Stadium than taking the Ravens Ride bus which drops you off directly at the Russell Street Entrance to the Stadium.

    There is also one other option which is taking the Baltimore Metro which goes to Owings Mills to Shot Tower their website for more information is at http://mta.maryland.gov/mt-bank-stadium you would have to get off the Metro Subway at either Lexington Market or Charles Center station and walk to the Stadium. This is the cheapest alternative to the other two options. There is parking at Owings Mills Station. Sorry for this long post, but I hope this helps.




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    This is exactly what I was looking for!

    I'm driving to the Hyatt in owing mills to stay there... And catch the bus from there. I hate dealing with traffic and trying to find parking. Stresses me the f out!




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