“Are We Better Off?” was the question posed by Brian O’Malley, president and CEO of the Central Maryland Transportation Alliance at a recent meeting of Transit Choices
Baltimore’s updated bus system, dubbed BaltimoreLink, has not produced the faster more reliable service its boosters touted when it fully launched a year ago, according to a recent report.
Maryland’s proposed overhaul of the Baltimore area’s bus system fails to make sufficient changes to an antiquated network and to provide better access to jobs, according to transportation activists. Central Maryland Transportation Alliance released a study Thursday of the Maryland Transit Administration’s proposed update of metro area bus routes, dubbed BaltimoreLink. The analysis claims the[...]
Public transportation in Central Maryland simply is not finishing the job it starts, a recent study has found.
With legislation to subsidize the development of offshore wind energy locked in a Senate committee for the past two years, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. moved decisively in January to guarantee the bill’s advancement.
Michele L. Whelley, president and CEO of the Central Maryland Transportation Alliance, recently spoke to Daily Record reporters and editors about the challenges facing regional transportation systems and the potential means of financing solutions. Whelley suggested better marketing might help explain to Maryland residents the dire need for transportation funding.
With the political leadership of Maryland deadlocked over how — or whether — to raise money for transportation projects, there is a growing feeling that the only way to muscle a revenue bill through the General Assembly is to first get the state’s voters on board.
Atlanta-area voters went to the polls Tuesday to determine whether they were willing to add another penny to their sales tax for 10 years to generate $8.5 billion for the region’s overburdened transportation network. The referendum was the outcome of a process that led to a 2010 report documenting the stranglehold that traffic has on […]
The game has changed, and the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore has changed with it. Praising the expansion of Morgan Stanley and T. Rowe Price, J. Thomas Sadowski, president and CEO of the Economic Alliance, said his group is focusing on growing what’s already in its backyard. “We used to be out there. We used […]
Laura Gamble has been named regional president of the Greater Maryland Region for PNC Financial Services Group. Gamble will succeed Lou Cestello, who was recently promoted to regional executive to oversee PNC’s new Southeast region. Gamble will report to Cestello and both will be based in Baltimore. Gamble has more than 20 years experience in […]
Erin Culloty has joined Profiles Inc. as a junior account executive, assisting the company in strategizing and developing public relations campaigns, writing press materials, implementing social media campaigns, and organizing and facilitating special events for clients. Erin will work closely with Profiles staff to support a variety of clients including Chazz: A Bronx Original, Central […]