|Date:||Oct 27, 2015|
The Baltimore Regional Transit Needs Assessment is a report developed for, and at the request of the Baltimore Metropolitan Council’s Board of Directors. The charge from BMC’s Board of Directors was two-fold. First, to develop a comprehensive assessment of our multi-modal transit network. Second, BMC was asked to present a set of recommendations for a truly regional transit system that reflects local priorities and supports economic growth. The assessment has been developed internally by BMC’s professional planning staff over a period of ninety days. It is designed to serve as a resource for our members, as they work to address local and regional transit challenges. See full report and appendix in our Transit & Human Service Transportation Planning section.
|Date:||Jun 01, 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.
|Date:||Dec 01, 2005|
|Labels:||pedestrians bicycling transit vehicles travel|
Brief history of the development of the six travel modes (roads, public transit, rail, water transport, air, and non-motorized--or pedestrian and bicycle) that make up the local transportation system. For a chronology, see Major Transportation Milestones,