The Baltimore metro subway serves those coming into the city from the suburban northwest. Stops include Charles Center and Lexington Market, both within walking distance of the Inner Harbor. The single line runs from Owings Mills to Johns Hopkins Hospital, east of downtown. There's also a light rail that runs between points north and south in the city. The fare is $1.60; day passes, which also include bus and light-rail fares, are $3.50. Trains run weekdays 5 am–midnight, weekends 6 am–midnight.
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