Resources for Citizens
Citizens can easily speak out about transportation projects at public meetings and hearings. However, having an impact requires understanding the transportation process. By having good information, you can participate effectively in the state, local, and regional planning processes.
Here are a few resources to get you started:
Basic Facts About Regional Transportation Planning (PDF, 89 KB) – an overview of the Baltimore Regional Transportation Board and the plans and programs it is responsible for.
Unified Planning Work Program will provide you with information on all of the activities carried out by the Baltimore Metropolitan Council to support the BRTB. The term Unified Planning Work Program is long and complicated, so just think of this as a Work Plan.
- Glossary of Acronyms- A guide to some of the abbreviations and other transportation planning lingo.
Also, be sure to check out all of the information in the Regional Information Center.
For more information:
Monica Haines Benkhedda, firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-732-0500 x1047.