GBC 2020 Transportation Summit: Advancing Equity Through Transportation Policy

Join the Greater Baltimore Committee and leading transportation and mobility experts for an informative discussion on concrete strategies for advancing equity through transportation planning and policy at the local, regional, state and federal levels. Panelists include: David Bragdon — Executive Director, TransitCenter Bragdon has served as Executive Director of TransitCenter since 2013. The...
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Baltimore Sun: Baltimore-area buses break down more than in most other cities, partly because the MTA forgot to buy new ones

MTA bus
State-run buses in Baltimore break down about six times more frequently than buses in St. Louis or Denver.
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Coverage from Feb. 12, 2020, regional cooperation on transportation press conference

The GBC, the Baltimore Mayor's office and Anne Arundel, Howard and Baltimore County Executives highlighted the importance of investing in the Baltimore region's transportation network at a Feb. 12 press conference.
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WBAL-TV: Baltimore-area leaders push for interconnected regional transit system

Transportation in central Maryland is severely underfunded and lacks a system that ties it all together, county executives argued Feb. 12 before state lawmakers in Annapolis.
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Maryland Matters: ‘We Have to Get Things Moving’: Baltimore-Area Leaders Urge Transit Boost

State spending on transportation favors roads over transit, and the Washington, D.C., area over the Baltimore region, advocates for the Baltimore area complained on Feb. 12.
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Baltimore Sun: Maryland transportation planning needs to include Baltimore

Editor’s note: The following op-ed appeared on BaltimoreSun.com on Jan. 6. By Donald C. Fry When state lawmakers convene in Annapolis this week for this year’s General Assembly session, transportation needs will be among many of the major topics up for debate. What happens could affect Marylanders — and more importantly...
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The Baltimore Sun: Have thoughts about Baltimore-area transit? The MTA wants input on its plans for the next 25 years.

By Colin Campbell October 1, 2019 The Maryland Transit Administration is holding a series of open houses later this month — and business leaders are hosting a separate one Tuesday — to ask the public how they think the next 25 years of transit should look for the Baltimore region....
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