Improving Public Transit in Maryland

Latest Happenings


Source: WMATA

EVENT: Better Buses for Prince George’s: What Does it Take?

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On November 9, 2022, RISE Prince George's and CSG hosted a discussion with Metro and Prince George's County to talk about how we can get more frequent, reliable, and accessible bus service that better meets the needs of riders and residents in Prince George’s and our region. These transit providers
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TAKE ACTION: Prince George's needs safer streets and better transit for livable communities

TAKE ACTION: Prince George’s needs safer streets and better transit for livable communities

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Maryland Department of Transportation will present its six-year transportation budget plan to Prince George’s officials this Thursday. The project list has some good projects, including the Purple Line, Metro, walk and bike safety, and support for transit-oriented development along the Blue Line Corridor. But also plans a lot of bad spending for road expansion that will fuel sprawling, traffic-generating development in the remaining rural areas of the county, and a continued failure to redesign existing roads to make them safer.
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MoCo Better Buses Letter on Ride On Reimagined Study Outreach

MoCo Better Buses Letter on Ride On Reimagined Study Outreach

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The Montgomery Better Buses coalition members and other signatories are excited about the upcoming Ride On Reimagined Study and its potential to greatly improve bus service in Montgomery County.
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COMMENTS re: Draft 2023-2026 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

COMMENTS re: Draft 2023-2026 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

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Thank you for the opportunity to provide input on the Draft 2023-2026 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Baltimore region. The TIP can be simply described as the list of regional transportation projects using federal funds over the next four years. However, we believe it is important to look at this document not simply as a collection of individual projects, but as a program that reflects our region’s transportation priorities. 
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CSG in the News: How a new transit network will improve transportation in western Montgomery County

CSG in the News: How a new transit network will improve transportation in western Montgomery County

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“A lot of the job growth that we’ve seen is in the Great Seneca Science Corridor” is car-dependent, “so bringing better transit will help guide that growth in a direction that is more transit oriented.”
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