Residents often walk or bike from their neighborhoods to Mount Washington Village, where a number of shops and restaurants lie. Parking, while affordable, can be limited in this area. Residents who walk certainly have the advantage.
Cyclists make use of the nearby Jones Falls Trail to travel through Mount Washington and neighboring communities, such as Hampden
and Druid Hill Park.
Mount Washington also has its own light rail stop, which takes residents into downtown Baltimore
in about 20 minutes. A few Baltimore city bus routes also run through Mount Washington. Even with these public transit options, most residents choose to own cars. The light rail only runs north and south, and the buses can be unreliable.
Call ahead of time to get a cab. Uber can pick up customers from Mount Washington in a matter of minutes, so this may be a quicker option than a cab.
Residents have easy access to highways and expressways from Mount Washington. Interstate 83 and U.S. Route 1 are both about 5 miles away.