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  1. #1
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    Ravens Introduce Home Game Transportation



    In an effort to ease traffic congestion and give fans an alternative to travel to home games, the Ravens are introducing “Home Game Transportation.” Fans may purchase tickets for individual games or a season pass package (8 games) at a discounted rate. The pass must be purchased by Sunday, Sept. 7 to secure the discounted rate. It is suggested that reservations be made in advance. Pre-payment is required to guarantee a seat.

    Fans will be dropped off near M&T Bank Stadium in the same locations as previous years. Fans with disabilities can be accommodated with this service. Call in advance to discuss specific service needs.



    For additional information, please contact Cathy Shea at Golden Ring Travel at 410.391.8700.



    The Park and Ride pick up locations will be:


    White Marsh Park & Ride

    $144/season
    $20/game
    410 391 8700 or 800 528 7504

    Essex Park & Ride
    $144/season
    $20/game
    410 391 8700 or 800 528 7504

    Carney Park & Ride
    $144/season
    $20/game
    410 584 7377 or 800 924 1359

    Southwest Park & Ride
    $144
    $20
    410 239 8000 or 410 374 9275 or 410 882 7501

    Dorsey Rd. Park & Ride
    $144
    $20
    410 239 8000 or 410 374 9275 or 410 882 7501

    Rohrbaugh’s Terminal, Manchester, MD
    $176
    $25
    410 239 8000 or 410 374 9275 or 410 882 7501

    Westminster Target
    $176
    $25
    410 239 8000 or 410 374 9275 or 410 882 7501

    Hyatt Place, Owings Mills
    $176
    $25
    410 239 8000 or 410 374 9275 or 410 882 7501




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    Wink Re: Ravens Introduce Home Game Transportation

    Seeing those prices, my $30/game tailgate parking fee looks like a bargain.
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    Re: Ravens Introduce Home Game Transportation

    Yeah, it is a hit in the wallet, but I still purchased the season pass for 144 smackeroos. It is a convenience. I do not have to contend with losing my temper in traffic, finding parking, paying out the wazoo for it, and then walking two miles to the stadium.
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    Re: Ravens Introduce Home Game Transportation

    lightrail is like 3 bucks.








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    Re: Ravens Introduce Home Game Transportation

    Drive into the city, park over in Fells / Canton and water taxi over to the harbor side.

    Good view, a nice short walk and zero traffic on the west side of the city when the game lets out.
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    Re: Ravens Introduce Home Game Transportation

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    Drive into the city, park over in Fells / Canton and water taxi over to the harbor side.

    Good view, a nice short walk and zero traffic on the west side of the city when the game lets out.
    But, but, but... I am afraid to drive in the big scary city. Honestly, that seems like a good idea HR. I am going to get my money back.
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    Re: Ravens Introduce Home Game Transportation

    Quote Originally Posted by xmradiodave View Post
    But, but, but... I am afraid to drive in the big scary city. Honestly, that seems like a good idea HR. I am going to get my money back.
    Water Taxi = $9.00 round trip

    Parking = Free on the street

    Having the bars right there when you get back = Priceless!
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    Re: Ravens Introduce Home Game Transportation

    I posted this in the thread I started yesterday about the bus :

    I remember when it was $5 a game with MTA. Heck I can spend $20 driving myself and park where I want, etc. No way in hell will I spend $20-25 to use the bus if its the same crappy service it has been the last few years. Drivers getting lost, not getting dropped off near the stadium, and waiting an hour to get out of the lot to just get on 295.
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    Re: Ravens Introduce Home Game Transportation

    lightrail is the best for the price, provided you live near the line. Robert E Lee park is a 5 minute drive for me, use it every time i go down.
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    Re: Ravens Introduce Home Game Transportation

    LR may be the best price but the ride can be awful. The lines to get on after the game are horrible. People are rude and will push you out of the way to squeeze on. I'm not sure the LR can do this but I would hope they could add some cars to get more people on.
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    Re: Ravens Introduce Home Game Transportation

    Subway for me. $3.60 round trip and a short walk by the bars.
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