AAA Mid-Atlantic (Ragina Cooper-Averella), Association of Maryland Pilots (Eric Nielsen), Baltimore Water Taxi (Michael McDaniel), Electric Motor Repair Co. (Roger Kauffman), KCI (Nathan Beil, Harvey Floyd), Kramon & Graham (Philip Andrews), Madison Capital (Allan Levine), Maryland Transportation Builders (Jim Russ), McKenzie (Karen Deeley), P. Flanigan & Sons, Inc. (Pierce Flanigan), Parsons Brinckerhoff (Jerry Jannetti, Sam Minnitte), Pennoni Associates, Inc. (Maureen Decker), Quviant (Anton "Tony" Mitchell), RK&K (Ken Goon), The Terminal Corporation (Tom Huesman) and Yellow/Checker Cab (Navin Dass).
2015 Transportation and Mobility Committee news:
Patrick DeCorla-Souza, P3 Program Manager, Office of Innovative Program Delivery, U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration, presented to the Transportation and Mobility Committee on March 11 about Public-Private Partnerships. The committee had identified improvements to Maryland’s P3 legislation as its primary focus. Compared to surrounding jurisdictions, Maryland’s relatively new legislation is not as conducive to attracting high quality P3 deals. The committee hopes to conduct an in-depth survey of best practices from around the country and make recommendations about how to craft P3 legislation that would be responsible and reasonable. With a scarcity of transportation dollars, the GBC hopes to maximize the use of P3′s, particularly in this region. The committee continues to work on a 10-year strategic transportation plan.
Read a January 2015 letter about the Red Line from the Baltimore and Greater Washington-area Congressional delegations to Governor Larry Hogan.
March 11, 2015:
By Patrick DeCorla-Souza, P3 Program Manager, Office of Innovative Program Delivery, U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration
February 11, 2015:
By Valorie LaCour, chief, Transportation Planning Division
Citizens Planning and Housing Association (CPHA), in partnership with NeighborRide and the Howard County Office of Transportation, is bringing together residents with employers and workforce program managers to identify the main transportation challenges in getting to and from jobs.
CPHA is working to develop a new model, called transportation improvement zones (TIZs), which will bring together businesses, employees, residents, and others to create solutions where everyone benefits. Based off of successful programs already running in Montgomery County, these new partnerships can help provide more transportation choices and offer better access to good jobs right here in the Baltimore region.
Transportation and Mobility Committee meetings
Meetings are open to GBC members and held at the GBC. To attend meeting, contact Tara Harris.