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Truck entrance at the Port of Baltimore

Truck Gate Entrances

Dundalk Marine Terminal
2700 Broening Highway
Baltimore, Maryland 21222

Seagirt Marine Terminal
2600 Broening Highway
Baltimore, Maryland 21222


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Contact:

Parto Mazdeyasni
Intermodal Trade Development
Phone: 410-385-4460
Fax: 410-333-1126
pmazdeyasni@marylandports.com


Within minutes of I-95, the primary north/south route along the east coast, including six interstates, Port of Baltimore is strategically located. Our highway networks keep's cargo moving to two-third's of the nation's population and manufacturing base's being within an overnight truck drive, including Canada. With new gate automation using the latest computer tracking system, our gates are built for speed.

We work closely with various state and federal agencies to ensure up-to-date rulings and regulations pertaining to motor carriers. Listed below are some agencies we deal with on a daily basis that might be beneficial to you as a carrier.


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