During the past few years, Fort Meade has established partnerships with federal, state and local officials to find ways to help mitigate traffic congestion by decreasing the number of cars entering and exiting the installation. Below you will find several examples of our partnership efforts.

North County Call 'N Ride Service


Anne Arundel County's Office of Transportation initiated the launch of North County Call N Ride service in October of 2023. The North County Call N' Ride service is a free on-demand transit service that provides connections for north county residents within a geo-fenced zone that operates between 7AM and 7PM on weekdays. With the success of the South County and North County services, the Office of Transportation is expanding the NCCR Tim order to cover a larger geographic footprint This enhanced service will also replace the Saturday Shopper Shuttle which is now covered by the new service area to accommodate even more residents who desire to utilize shared ride transit services. 

North County Call ' N' Ride transit service operates Monday thru Saturday between the hours of 7:00 am- 7:00 pm. The enhanced service includes expansion into the Pasadena area eastward to the Lake Shore Shopping Center and westward to include Freetown; Meade Village and Fort Meade areas, including the Fort Meade Visitor's Center.

For more information you may visit www.aacounty.org/transit or use their QR code (located on bus stop signs throughout the county).



Lyft, the fastest growing rideshare company in the U.S., has expanded its service to Fort Meade.

The service helps Fort Meade’s service members, civilians and their family members by providing another safe, reliable, door-to-door transportation option on Fort Meade and in the surrounding community. Only fully-vetted and approved Lyft drivers will be given credentials to access the installation to provide rides to those who need them.

Other transportation options include:

  • Anne Arundel County Transit
  • Mass Transportation Benefit Program offsets commute costs
    • Eligible program participants are eligible for transit benefits up to $130 per month (parking fees are not included) for specific pre-approved commuter mass transit transportation costs, not to exceed actual expenses.

  • Guaranteed Ride Home emergency transportation provides no cost travel
    • The Guaranteed Ride Home program, managed by Commuter Connections, is like an insurance policy for unexpected situations. The program offers a free ride to the commuter's home in a taxi or a rental car, depending on the commuter's home location.

  • Anne Arundel County Commuter Crew
    • Commuter Crew is dedicated to helping Anne Arundel County residents connect with every transportation option available in the County and surrounding regions.  Anne Arundel County is a member of the Washington Metropolitan Council of Governments Commuter Connection to offer a FREE computerized car and vanpooling matching database service that Anne Arundel County citizens can sign-up and utilize for free! Vanpools bring employees to work from Northern Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia to work sites on post. More than 40 vanpools have been formed since January 2011, with more created each month.
  • Meade Alliance guide uses map, tips to detail choices
    • The Meade Alliance has created the Destination Fort Meade transportation guide, which provides a convenient brochure-format summary of mass transit options for getting to and from the installation, such as local buses, commuter busses, shuttle bus service, vanpool, MARC and Metro services.



**Please note the NSA/FT. Meade Shuttle is currently not in service**

The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) will soon begin pavement repairs along two roadway segments of Interstate 97 in Anne Arundel County.


MDOT SHA will reconstruct two deteriorating concrete sections of Interstate 97. Project limits include southbound I-97 between MD 3 Business (Crain Highway, Exit 12) and Benfield Boulevard (Exit 10), and northbound I-97 between MD 3 Business and MD 174 (Quarterfield Road, Exit 13). Work includes saw-cutting and removing existing concrete, pouring and setting new concrete sections, and adding new pavement markings.


Portable variable message signs are in place alerting drivers of work dates and any other travel-related impacts. Crews will begin work during the week of August 30, weather permitting; all work is scheduled to be complete by the end of the year. Daytime single-lane closures are permitted Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and overnight double or triple-lane closures and detours may be in effect Sunday through Thursday nights from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. the following morning. Drivers are advised to remain alert for changing traffic patterns and lane shifts, and to reduce speeds when driving through the work zone. Customers who have questions may contact the MDOT SHA District 5 Office at 410-841-1000 or toll-free at 1-800-331-5603.

Maryland Department of Transportation Roads