Annapolis Transit – Public Transportation – MARYLAND

Address: 308 Chinquapin Round Road
Annapolis 21401
Phone: (410) 263-7964 x6011

Annapolis Transit

308 Chinquapin Round Road

Annapolis, MD 21401

Operations Office: (410) 263-7964 Ext. 6011

Phone: 410-263-7964

Counties Served: Anne Arundel County – City of Annapolis

http://www.annapolis.gov/government/departments/transportation.aspx

The Annapolis Department of Transportation (ADOT) provides bus transit services through the Circulator

route, regular fixed route services and specialized transportation services, covering areas from Bay Forest Plaza in

the east and Gateway Village and Annapolis Mall in the west. The specialized transportation services provide curb-

to-curb services for persons with disabilities and senior customers.

Bus Routes & Schedules:

http://www.annapolis.gov/government/departments/Transportation/BusRoutes.aspx

Gold Route:

The Gold Route serves Edgewater to Arnold, include Anne Arundel Community College. The route runs seven days

a week and travels via: South River Colony, Maryland Route 2, Admiral Cochrane Drive, Annapolis Harbor Center,

West Field Mall, Anne Arundel Medical Center, Bestgate Road, Rowe Blvd., Church Circle, Ritchie Highway,

Arnold and Anne Arundel Community Center

http://www.annapolis.gov/government/departments/Transportation/GoldRoute.aspx

Annapolis – Transportation for Seniors and Physically Challenged:

http://www.annapolis.gov/government/departments/Transportation/SeniorsPrograms.aspx

The Anne Arundel County Department of Aging "Van Transportation Program" serves seniors, 55 and over or

disabled persons, 18 and over. Wheelchair disability transportation is available.
For more information call (410) 222-4826.

The "Taxi Voucher Program" provides discount coupons for taxi services for county residents, 55 or older and persons with disabilities, 18 or older. who meet income eligibility guidelines. For more information call (410) 222-4222 or visit www.aacounty.org

Ride Partners:

This program matches volunteers with older and disabled adults who need long distance or recurrent transportation.

Regular, local volunteer transportation, for those unable to use public transit, is also available. For more information

call Partners in Care at (410) 544-4800 or visit www.partnersincare.org

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