Maryland General Assembly Votes to Override Governor Larry Hogan’s Veto of the Transit Safety and Investment Act

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On Tuesday, December 7, 2021, the Maryland General Assembly voted to override Governor Larry Hogan’s veto of legislation to provide a minimum capital funding level for the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) each year for five years and protect MTA’s operating funds from reductions during the same time period. The provisions...
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GBC President & CEO Speaks at Press Conference on Transit and Safety Investment Act

GBC President & CEO speaks at press conference.
On December 1, GBC President & CEO Donald Fry spoke during a press conference on the Transit Safety and Investment Act. Fry discussed the importance of reliable, efficient, and interconnected options to move people, goods, and services. He said investments in transportation are investments in a future stable and growing...
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Baltimore Business Journal: U.S. Sens. Cardin, Van Hollen revive federal support for Red Line project

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Donald C. Fry, President and CEO of the Greater Baltimore Committee, said the inclusion of the Red Line as a part of the bipartisan infrastructure bill "is a tremendous move forward in advancing transit in the Baltimore region."
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GBC 2021 Transportation & Infrastructure Summit Explores Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework Plan

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The Bipartisan Infrastructure process has been "a struggle," Senator Cardin added. "The politics of this is brutal. But we're cautiously optimistic that we can put the package together this week."
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Gov. Hogan, Senate President Ferguson & Speaker Jones announce bipartisan COVID-19 relief plan

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$1.1 billion will go toward replenishing the state's unemployment insurance trust fund, keeping it solvent and stabilizing unemployment insurance rates for at least the next two calendar years.
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The Daily Record: Johns Hopkins School of Medicine awarded near $400K grant for 2-year cancer project

The grants, funded by Pfizer Global Medical Grants and overseen by the American Cancer Society, are part of the Addressing Racial Disparities in Cancer Care Competitive Grant Program, a three-year collaboration working to promote equity in cancer outcomes for Black men and women.
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Maryland Matters: Opinion: State’s Economy, Environment and Equity Depend on Transit

Greater Baltimore Committee President and CEO Donald Fry said, “The Red Line is a jobs line. It’s a critical piece of our economic growth.”
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Letter calling on Congress to make fundamental changes to federal transportation program

Updating our transportation system for the needs of the 21st Century is necessary to reduce emissions that contribute to climate change and harm public health.
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CCBC opens Transportation Training Center at Tradepoint Atlantic Center to offer new CDL training starting late fall

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Tradepoint Atlantic provides CCBC with the opportunity to offer training in areas that complement its Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Institute.
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