MTA Announces Selection of Community Advisory Team Members!

 

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The Red Line is a high-frequency, high-capacity transit line for the Baltimore Region, and will be an investment in residents’ access to jobs, education, services, and opportunities. This project addresses a major gap in east-west transit service between Bayview and Woodlawn, through downtown Baltimore City. The Red Line has been shaped by over ten years of study, engineering, environmental analysis, and substantial community participation. The relaunch of the Red Line has a strong foundation, and builds upon the extensive technical work and community engagement conducted prior to the 2015 cancellation of the project.
more mobility options for residents
premium transit access to senior citizens
shift to transit for trips in the region
connect residents to jobs
connect students to education opportunities
system that connects to rail stations and bus routes

The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) will build on prior studies and extensive community participation to move this project forward quickly in a way that will update and modernize the Red Line to better meet our region’s current needs and aspirations. MTA will work with jurisdictional partners, stakeholders, and the public to:

 

  • Help define the most important needs that the project should address
  • Weigh the pros and cons of different options
  • Reach a preferred alternative that reflects current and future conditions and priorities

 

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STAYING ENGAGED

We are committed to a robust, transparent community engagement process built around equitable opportunity to both access information and inform the project as it advances. We will be reaching out to communities early and often; we have a team in place to make sure that engagement is targeted and timed appropriately so that communities can directly impact the decisions that are most relevant to them.

While outreach and engagement will be ongoing throughout the project, there are two periods of focused public engagement planned in 2023 during July-August and October-November to align with project milestones and decision-making. Information will be posted to the website and social media as public engagement opportunities, including pop-up events and workshops, are scheduled. Outreach materials and surveys from in-person events will also be made available through the website and on social media.

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