MARC Train Service Order Form

The MARC Train Service (MARC) is an integral component of Maryland's transportation system. The 187-mile commuter rail system, providing service on three lines, operates Monday-Friday between Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD; Washington, DC and Perryville, MD; and Washington, DC and Martinsburg, WV.

Visit their website: http://mta.maryland.gov/marc-train

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Renewable orders are automatically renewed each month, and are shipped to arrive a few days prior to the beginning of the month.

Help View Renewable Order Instructions

1 Select Pass - Click Product Name for Product Description

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2 Choose Start Date


Monthly Pass Availability

3 Select Origin & Destination Points

4 Shipping Options

Shipping Method

Orders placed after the 22nd of the month may not arrive on time unless an expedited shipping option is selected (FedEx, USPS priority/certified).

5 Payment Options

Click here to create a CommuterDirect.com account and use your Metro SmartBenefits to pay for your renewable order.

You can pay for all or part of your renewable order with either your Electronic SmartBenefits or a transit benefits debit Visa or Mastercard issued by your employer. If you are in one of these programs, select an option below to change your billing.

SmartBenefits & Fare Vouchers

To pay by trading in vouchers or using your SmartBenefits, choose your alternative payment type from the pull-down menu and indicate the exchange value of the vouchers or SmartBenefits.

$ per Month

If we are unable to collect the promise amount within 10 business days, your primary payment account will be charged the promised amount.

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News...

Laurel wins fight to keep historic MARC station

Maryland and CSX Transportation have agreed to allow the construction of a new MARC stop in Howard County, while keeping  current levels of service at the historic Laurel station, just a few blocks south. Read more...
Luz Lazo, March 24, 2017, Washington Post

VRE cancels Gainesville, Haymarket expansion

Virginia Railway Express is now shelving any further study of an expansion to Gainesville or Haymarket for the foreseeable future, opting instead to move ahead with plans to overhaul its Broad Run station. Read more...
Alex Koma, March 17, 2017, Inside NoVa

SafeTrack Surge 13 extended

Metro is extending SafeTrack Surge #13 by three days to make up time lost during Tuesday's winter storm and the wind and cold temperatures that followed. Read more...
March 17, 2017, WMATA