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Community Input on Transit

There are two project for transit improvements seeking community input. The first project RAISE Baltimore, a project to improvement the East/West transit line. The second project is an improvement plan for the Charm City Circulator.


The Baltimore City DOT and MTA are kicking off an outreach portion of the RAISE Baltimore East/West Transitway Project. The agencies are trying to gather as much input as possible via a public survey. You can review more information on this project from the image below and at After viewing the plans, please be sure to take the survey.


Mayor Scott and DOT Director Steve Sharkey announced that the city is seeking input in proposed service improvements to the Charm City Circulator that will be included in the Transit Development Plan to address service improvements. This 5-year transit investment strategy was created using a data- and equity-focused approach to assess the current Charm City Circulator/Harbor Connector routes and determine where improvements can be made within the operational service area.

The Department of Transportation has released the draft service improvements for public comment. The modified CCC routes prioritize neighborhoods that have the highest percentage of households without vehicles and closes gaps in areas where MTA buses do not provide service.

You can review plan on the project website. The public comment period is open through May 13, 2022, and residents are encouraged to provide feedback. The website will have instructions on providing feedback by comment or e-mail. There is also a virtual public meeting that residents can attend and comment on the draft plan. The meeting will be held via Webex and is scheduled on Tuesday, April 26, 2022 at 6PM. Registration is required to attend.

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