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Transit Van Shuttle Transportation Services


Baltimore Washington  International (BWI)

Washington National Airport (DCA)  

Union Station Amtrak

Dulles International (IAD)

Baltimore Harbor


*Transit Van Shuttle Transportation is a long distance shuttle operating throughout Baltimore Washington DC, Northern VA serving BWI International, Washington National , Dulles International, Amtrak Stations, and all suburban counties.  

 Transit Van Shuttle Transportation Services is centrally located based in Upper Marlboro Md., serving passengers traveling throughout Maryland, and outlying suburban counties listed below.


Prince Georges

Anne Arundel



Baltimore City



St. Mary's





Queen Anne's


Washington D. C.            

Do you offer other transportation besides going to and from the Airport?
Transit Van is a full service transportation company; we offer drop-off-pick-up service to all airports, Amtrak stations in the Baltimore Washington DC Metroplex. You can also arrange to Charter your transportation needs for other than to-from a port from our large Fleet of vehicles. Weddings, Sporting events, Concerts, Golf outings, Wine Country Tours,  point-to-point transfers, Nights on the town, Employee work shuttles.

 Trip Advisor 

Tourism in Baltimore

Located along the East Coast, Baltimore has a lot to offer tourists. The National Aquarium in Baltimore is a popular place to visit with its exhibits of local marine life. You will also see sharks and other sea creatures when you visit the aquarium.

Restaurants in Baltimore are also plentiful whether you are looking for something that is unique or something affordable for the entire family. Some of the places you will find during your Baltimore visit include the Luna Del Sea Steak and Seafood Bistro, Samos Restaurant and even the Cheesecake Factory, just to name a few.

For history buffs, historic Baltimore has a lot to offer as well. The USS Constellation is located here along with the Baltimore Civil War Museum. You can also visit Fort McHenry, which was a crucial part of the War of 1812.