The existing Light Rail/MARC Camden Station was shut down to allow demolition of the existing station and the construction of a new station, including site improvements. The new 3,380-SF station consists of an indoor waiting area, a ticketing area, restrooms, a police substation, mechanical spaces, and a portion of the existing equipment yard. The exterior consists of brick, precast, concrete, storefront/curtainwall glass and glazing, and metal panel fascia with standing seam metal and membrane roofing.
The historic Camden Station has been a transportation hub for Baltimoreans and others since 1856 – even President Abraham Lincoln stopped there on his way to deliver his famous Gettysburg Address. The new station vastly improves existing amenities and transit opportunities for commuters, including new waiting areas and restrooms.