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Transportation Publications

This page showcases BMC's recent  transportation publications. For older publications and links to publications grouped by subtopics, please visit our Transportation Publication Archive page.

Baltimore Region Transportation Improvement Program

Reports issued annually by the Baltimore Regional Transportation Board listing timing, cost and rationale for transportation improvements to be made in the region over the next five years.

2016   
Draft 2016-2019 Transportation Improvement Program

2014
2014-2017 Transportation Improvement Program
2014-2017 TIP Amendments Summary
2014 Annual Listing of Obligated Projects

2013
2013 Annual Listing of Obligated Projects

2012
2012-2015 Transportation Improvement Program
2012 Annual Listing of Obligated Projects

Baltimore Region Unified Planning Work Program for Transportation Planning

Annual reports detailing work to be accomplished.

Annual Work Program and Budget - FY 2015 UPWP
Annual Work Program and Budget - FY 2014 UPWP
Annual Work Program and Budget - FY 2013 UPWP
Annual Work Program and Budget - FY 2012 UPWP

Quarterly Congestion Analysis Reports for the Baltimore Region: Top 10 Bottleneck Locations 

 

B'More Involved

B'More Involved promotes civic engagement in local and regional transportation, planning and equity/environmental justice and shares information on air quality, safety for drivers and people who bike or walk, emergency preparedness, and more!  B'more Involved is on Facebook and Twitter and also publishes a periodic e-newsletter. 
(E-Newsletters & Social Media)

The Aging of the Regional Population and Its Effect On Travel. June 2015. 

The Baby Boom Generation (born 1946 through 1964) began to turn 65 in 2011. As they age, the elderly population of the Baltimore region will increase, with consequences for transportation, healthcare, and economics. Part of the series "Directions: Travel Trends in the Baltimore Region".

Clean Commute Initiatives Report. February 2015.

 

Public Participation Plan. September 2014.

Explains the ways in which the public can participate in transportation planning for the Baltimore region.

Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities in the Baltimore Region. June 2012. 

Documents the need for improving mobility options for the existing and rapidly growing elderly population in the region, especially in lower density suburban areas..

2010 Transportation Analysis Zone Structure. September 2011. 

Documents and provides maps of the 2010 transportation analysis zone (TAZ) structure in the Baltimore region. 

Household Travel and Energy. Part of the series "Directions: Travel Trends in the Baltimore Region." August 2011. 

Using data from the Household Travel Survey for the Baltimore region conducted by BMC in 2007-8, this brief report summarizes information about how many miles are driven by the average household, what factors influence how much households travel and fuel efficiency.

Travel Differences by Age, Gender and Lifecycle in the Baltimore Region. Part of the series "Directions: Travel Trends in the Baltimore Region." April 2011. 

Using data from the Household Travel Survey for the Baltimore region conducted by BMC in 2007-8, this brief report summarizes information about what effect certain individual and household characteristics have on people's travel patterns.

Clean Commute Month 2010. March 2011. 

Description of annual May activities promoting alternative modes of getting to work.

A Glance at Priced Roadways in the Baltimore Region Through the Transportation Model. January 2011.

Illuminates the technical properties of BMC’s toll model, and demonstrates the potential toll analysis scenarios and toll summary reports that can be produced with it.

Commuters and Commuting in the Baltimore Region. Part of the series "Directions: Travel Trends in the Baltimore Region." November 2010.

Using data from the Household Travel Survey for the Baltimore region conducted by BMC in 2007-8, this brief report summarizes information about who commuters are, where they are going, how they get there and how long it takes.

Baltimore Regional Roadway Congestion Trends Analysis 1998-2008. Task Report 10-2. June 2010. 

Comparison of BMC's activities and findings in collecting and analyzing morning rush hour travel times and speeds in fall 1998, 2002 and 2008 using Global Positioning System and Geographic Information System technology. Updates some earlier congestion monitoring reports.

2007 On Board Transit Survey: BMC Analysis. Task Report 10-1. June 2010. 

Analysis of data from a transit ridership survey conducted on various transit modes in 2007 and 2008 by the Maryland Transit Administration, as part of their preparations for the proposed Red Line.

 

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