Maryland General Assembly addresses state broadband and transportation needs

Maryland Broadband & Transportation needs
The GBC supported many of the bills as they increase the ability of Maryland residents to fully participate in education, employment and training opportunities, which will improve the overall economy of the Greater Baltimore region and address racial and social disparities.   

How can you maintain a healthy workforce?

Panelists Dr. Maria Mouratidis, Sam Bierman and Kristin Whiting-Davis agreed that communication, flexibility and transparency are key in supporting employees.

BBJ: Penn Station, midtown redevelopment projects could top $500M, begin this spring

Developers Penn Station partners and Amtrak unveiled the figure, along with new details of the large-scale project that has been retooled over the past several months in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, during a March 18 Greater Baltimore Committee online meeting.

The Baltimore Sun: MTA cancels proposal to slash bus service in Baltimore after heavy criticism; will cut MARC, commuter bus service instead

Bus on the move
“This action reflects an egregious pattern of disinvestment in underserved communities in the Baltimore region where Black and Brown residents are reliant on already insufficient transit service,” said Don Fry, president and CEO of the pro-business group.