Owings Mills resident Jamonne Driver, 41, said it's a regular problem for him, so his wife drops him off at the station.
"After 7:30 [a.m.] you can't find parking," Driver said.
The grand opening of the new train station on Aug. 12, 2013, brought a number of upgrades including: two new 700-foot-long, high-level platforms, a pedestrian bridge, new elevators, handicap accessible sidewalks and ramps and a Kiss-and-Ride drop-off area.
Since the improvements, the MTA has seen a slight bump in ridership, but it hasn't grown significantly, said Paul Shepard, a spokesman for the Maryland Transit Authority (MTA).
According to a 2013 MTA press release, the station is one of the five busiest stops on the Penn Line and is used by 1,300 passengers each day. The average weekday ridership increased by 24 percent between fiscal year 2007 and fiscal year 2013, the release said.
Shepard said it's possible riders could see future improvements made.
"Nothing is off the table as far as improvements to the station," Shepard said.
Those hoping that the renovated station would be bring train riders into the business district of Arbutus have been disappointed with commuters, who seldom spend money in the area.
Blauveld said he never stops to shop in downtown Arbutus, preferring to head straight home.