Aboard a southbound MARC train nearing Union Station.

Aboard a southbound MARC train nearing Union Station.

Washington has become one of the most expensive places to live in the country. But what can people who work in D.C. do if they still want an urban lifestyle but can’t find an affordable home in the nation’s capital? One group is pushing Baltimore as an alternative to high rents in D.C. or a suburban lifestyle closer to the District. But is the long drive or train ride worth it? We talk with experts about why people are choosing to commute from Baltimore.


  • Steven Gondol Executive Director, Live Baltimore
  • Gerald Neily Former Baltimore City transportation planner and blogger at Baltimore Inner Space

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