Visiting Portland: Transportation

ACA2023 will be held in person at the Marriott in Baltimore, Maryland.  This venue is centrally located with hotels, restaurants and shopping nearby with easy access to entertainment, hiking and other activities.  


Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)

Located just nine miles south of Baltimore—and 32 miles from Washington, D.C.—Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) operates more than 500 flights daily on 36 airlines to and from cities across the U.S., as well as Toronto, Reykjavik and Punta Cana, among its 13 international destinations.
  • Taxis, shuttles and ride-share—Uber and Lyft—all serve BWI.
  • There is a train station located at the airport for travelers taking the commuter rail service (MARC) or for those who wish to take Amtrak.
  • Baltimore’s light rail system also services the airport and can take you on a route passing through downtown Baltimore on its way north to Hunt Valley.
Visit BWI


Pennsylvania Station

Baltimore’s Pennsylvania Station is a popular stop on Amtrak’s busy Northeast corridor. Located in the heart of the city, just steps from the Station North Arts & Entertainment District, it’s also less than two miles from the Inner Harbor. 


Arriving by Car

Charm City is less than four hours from New York City, two hours from Philadelphia and one hour from Washington, D.C. by car.  Several major highways are easily accessible from the city, including I-95 and I-83 for drivers heading north and south.

Parking Information

Getting Around

Once in the city getting around is a breeze!  Check out these different options:

  • Baltimore Water Taxi

  • Charm City Circulator 

  • Electric Scooters

  • MTA