The Towson Loop is a free transit service that quickly and conveniently connects residents, commuters, students and visitors to stops throughout Towson’s central business district. The Towson Loop launched two routes in October 2021 and is Baltimore County’s flagship bus circulator service. Additional Loop routes are in their early planning stages for other communities in Baltimore County.

The Baltimore County Loop will provide a comfortable, fast and efficient transit that connects riders to:

  • Government
  • Healthcare services
  • Entertainment venues
  • Restaurants
  • School
  • Shopping
  • Work

The Towson Loop complements existing Maryland Transit Administration service and connects riders to major anchors, including:

  • Goucher College
  • Greater Baltimore Medical Center
  • Sheppard Pratt Health Systems
  • Towson Place
  • Towson Town Center
  • Towson University
  • The Shops at Kenilworth
  • University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center
The Loop bus.

About the Buses

The Loop consists of a fleet of 12 circulator shuttle buses. Each bus is equipped with a bike rack and air conditioning, and can hold 25 passengers, with space provided for wheelchairs, bicycles and strollers.

Delivering simple and high frequency bus service, the Loop routes will reduce traffic congestion and pollution in the County’s busiest corridors.