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Baltimore Metropolitan Council seeks full-time Mid-level planner

Transit Planner - The Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC) is seeking a full time mid-level planner to coordinate and assist transit planning efforts in the Baltimore region. The position will involve coordination with a variety of agencies in the region and support the transit work group. Please check our job postings page at http://taminc.org/Resources/Job-Postings
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Free Transit Whitepapers from Metro Magazine

Free white papers are available from Metro Magazine, a source for transit news across the country. Topics range from autonomous future to maximizing ridership with vehicle aesthetics. You can view available white papers by clicking this article.
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2040 Maryland Transportation Plan Survey Open

The Maryland Transportation Plan, or MTP, establishes a 20-year vision for transportation in the State and provides policy direction through statewide multimodal goals and objectives.  Provide your feedback on the plan by taking the Maryland Transportation Plan Survey.
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MTA Announces 5310 Grant Solicitation

The Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA) Office of Local Transit Support (OLTS) is now accepting applications for a Special Solicitation grant for recipients of 5310 funding to expand current projects:
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Smart Cities Council Enhances Readiness Challenge Grants

The Smart Cities Council has announced it will award additional benefits through its 2018 Readiness Challenge Grants to five North American communities looking to accelerate their smart city initiatives. The application deadline is December 15, 2017, and the program is available for all communities in the U.S., Canada and Mexico – including cities, counties, states, provinces and regional authorities.
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140 New Buses Coming to Baltimore

The Maryland Transit Administration has finalized plans for the purchase of 140 new buses to be used in Baltimore’s public transit system. The deal for the new clean-diesel buses was struck for $81.3 million dollars with Minnesota-based bus company New Flyer of America.
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