• Red Line

    The 14-mile transit line will run East and West, connecting hubs of employment and economic activity in Baltimore City and County including Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Harbor East, the Central Business District, the University of Maryland Baltimore, Security Blvd, and the Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services.  An estimated 57,000 riders  per day will ultimately  use the system to access jobs, housing, education, services, and entertainment.

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    Red Line
  • Let's Get to Work

    Let's Get to Work is an initiative of the Transportation Alliance to improve the MARC commuter rail system.

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    Let's Get to Work
  • The Last Mile

    The Last Mile is an initiative to identify gaps in access via public transportation to jobs in 3 key areas: the Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI) area, the Arundel Mills Mall area, and the Fort Meade area

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    The Last Mile
  • Bus Network Improvement Project

    The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) is conducting the Bus Network Improvement Project  to ensure that the Baltimore region will have an integrated transit system that provides access to important resources like hospitals, educational institutions and job centers. Currently MTA's BNIP Team is reviewing all comments they received during Fall 2013. Implementation will begin in August 2014.

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    Bus Network Improvement Project
connecting people with opportunities

The Central Maryland Transportation Alliance was formed in 2007 as a diverse coalition of corporate and civic leaders uniting business, philanthropic and institutional sectors around a common agenda: improving and expanding transportation options for the citizens and businesses of Central Maryland. Our singular focus is to be a catalyst for improving the region's transportation