The plan will focus on seven topics to provide a better understanding of what transit resources exist while also exploring opportunities to improve mobility.
State of Good Repair — Identify the level of reinvestment needed to maintain the existing transit services in Central Maryland.
Funding – Develop funding and financing strategies to support regional mobility services, based on best practices and regional analyses.
New Mobility — Embrace changes in transport, technology, and mobility that are altering how we move about. Assess the new mobility options available in the Baltimore region, including bikeshare, scootershare, carshare, rideshare, and microtransit, and identify opportunities and challenges associated with leveraging these services to meet regional mobility needs.
Customer Experience — Improve the experience of using transit—from planning a trip to reaching a destination—through new technologies, improved amenities, and better customer service.
Service Quality and Integration — Evaluate existing transit services and determine potential improvements to make it easier to travel in the Central Maryland region.
Access – Work with local partners to ensure the areas served by transit are safe, comfortable, and convenient for people who use the region’s transit options to live, work, and prosper.
Corridors of Opportunity — Identify existing and potential corridors that could benefit from additional transit investment.