Topic : Paul Comfort

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Maryland transit chief replaced two weeks before bus service launch

Management & Operations| June 7, 2017

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

Maryland Transit continues to have lowest number of serious crimes

Security and Safety | April 13, 2017

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.

Rail| November 23, 2016

Anatomy of a Rail System Shutdown, Reconstruction

In order for scheduled repairs to take place when subway ridership was at its lowest all year, the Maryland Transit Administration undertook an unprecedented plan to shut down the central core of the 33-year-old subway system for 21 days.

Management & Operations| June 20, 2016

Md. MTA launches new Express BusLink service

It is the first new service as part of Gov. Larry Hogan's BaltimoreLink transportation improvement plan, which was announced in October 2015.

Rail| June 17, 2016

Maryland’s MARC Railroad Upgrades Fleet, Service to Bolster Ridership

The commuter service began running multi-level Bombardier railcars with more seating capacity, introduced bike cars, and expanded operation to weekends and holidays.

Accessibility| April 11, 2016

Md. MTA to purchase 147 new paratransit vehicles

The new vehicles will be distributed to the MTA’s three mobility vendors — First Transit, MV Transportation and TransDev — with all vehicles in service within the next three to four months.

Security and Safety | January 22, 2016

As storm approaches, D.C., Maryland to suspend weekend service

The region is bracing for a snow storm predicted to drop up to three-feet of snow. D.C. Metro calls the move "unprecedented."

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