The Statewide Transit Plan (STP) will provide a 50-year vision of coordinated local, regional, and intercity transit across the state. This plan will define public transportation goals and strategies for Maryland’s rural, suburban, and urban regions with a vision toward increasingly coordinated, equitable, and innovative mobility.
About the STP
MDOT MTA is developing the STP with input from a broad range of partners, including other state agencies, local and regional governments, public and private transit providers, business and non-governmental organizations, and the public. The STP will build from existing state, regional, and local plans.
Take The Survey and Participate
Surveys, presentations, virtual meetings, and other opportunities to participate in development of the STP will be updated here.
- Click here to take the survey (Encuesta en español)
- Other languages and formats are available upon request.
- The survey closes at 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, October 25, 2020.
- Attend upcoming meetings
- There are no meetings scheduled at this time. Please check back often or contact us at the email above to request direct updates from the project team.
To sign up for email updates, please fill out the form below to be added to the MDOT MTA State Transit Plan contact list. For questions or comments regarding the Statewide Transit Plan, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Schedule of Plan Development
|Dates and Milestones||Description of activities|
Review Existing Conditions and Trends
|Publish a survey to gather input from the public, host five regional roundtables with local government and non-government organizations, and present at public community meetings to introduce people across Maryland to the development of the STP.|
Understand Individual and Regional Mobility Needs
|Host a second round of regional roundtables and public community meetings to share the results of the survey and analysis of existing transit in Maryland.|
Analyze Service Gaps and Opportunities
|Conduct data analysis to quantify current conditions and desired future outcomes, using the input from roundtables and community meetings to inform areas of focus.|
Release Draft Plan for Public Comment
|Host a third round of regional roundtables and public community meetings to present the draft plan's findings and recommendations.|
Publish Final Plan
|Review and revise the plan based on comments received from local and regional partners and the public.|
Implement the Plan
|Work with local and regional partners to implement, measure, evaluate, and iterate the plan.|