Topic : Maryland Transit Administration

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TriMet to add 5 battery-electric, Md. to add 140 clean-diesel New Flyer buses

Bus| October 2, 2017

This is TriMet's first move in deploying a long-term test of battery-electric buses within their network, in consideration of transition to an all-electric fleet.

Maryland's Purple Line light rail project lands $900M in federal funding

Management & Operations| August 29, 2017

The light rail line will make travel across Montgomery and Prince George’s counties faster and more reliable for thousands of Maryland residents, improving access to major business and activity centers in the state’s most populated counties.

Rail| August 23, 2017

Feds intend to greenlight funding for Md.'s Purple Line

The 16-mile light-rail line, which will run through Montgomery and Prince George’s counties, will connect to Metrorail lines, MARC, Amtrak, and local bus services.

Management & Operations| August 23, 2017

RATP Dev appoints senior VP of operations for western region bus div.

Robert Smith will oversee current operations in the western region, and will help expand new business into other states in bus, metro, and light rail operations.

Rail| July 17, 2017

FTA, Maryland Transit Administration appeal judge's Purple Line decision

Ruling called for an additional environmental study of the light rail line, despite the fact the project had already been studied and signed-off on by the feds. 

Management & Operations| June 15, 2017

Maryland launches transformational transit revamp

The multi-phase plan creates an interconnected transit system, redesigns the local and express bus systems, and adds 12 new high-frequency, color-coded bus routes that improve connections to jobs and other transit modes.

Management & Operations| June 7, 2017

Maryland transit chief replaced two weeks before bus service launch

Kevin Quinn, who has been the MTA’s director of planning and programming, was named as acting administrator, replacing Paul Comfort.

Public Transit GM Q&A: How are you solving the first/last mile issue?

Agency heads from Baltimore; Long Beach, Calif.; Tampa, Fla.; Austin, Texas; Oakland, Calif.; Ann Arbor, Mich.; Orange County, Calif.; and Indianapolis weigh in on this hot topic.

Security and Safety | April 13, 2017

Maryland Transit continues to have lowest number of serious crimes

The number of serious crimes reported on MTA's system has decreased from 388 in 2013 to 285 in 2014, 255 in 2015, and 240 in 2016.

Bus| April 3, 2017

Public awareness campaign launched ahead of Baltimore bus revamp

MTA is taking steps to ensure transit riders are fully aware of the upcoming changes by dispatching “transit teams” who will provide riders with the most up-to-date information.

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