Kevin B. Quinn, Jr. named as new Acting Administrator.
Baltimore will soon be the latest American city to overhaul its bus network in an attempt to jumpstart ridership. The plan, known as “BaltimoreLink,” will go into effect on June 18. So far the best part is a really, really cool new map.
Art Cohen with b’more mobile, and a Transit Choices participant wrote the following op-ed published in the Baltimore Sun on May 9, 2017:
The Baltimore region is about to receive a much needed overhaul to its transit system! On June 18, 2017, the MTA will implement BaltimoreLink, and nearly all current local bus routes will change.
The NYC Ferry will add flexibility and strength to a transportation web that is frayed, overstretched, splitting at the seams.
Baltimore parking officials expect to launch a new car-sharing program in the coming months that will allow drivers to take one-way trips and drop the vehicles off at any metered spots or public parking spaces in the city.
February 24, 2017
Access for residents to employment is critical to boosting city productivity.
Transportation Roundtable, discussing topics such as Governor Hogan’s BaltimoreLink bus plan.