Concepts/Ideas Shared; Community Input and Engagement Encouraged​​

HANOVER, MD (December 20, 2023) – The Maryland Department of Transportation, in partnership with the Maryland Transit Administration, Baltimore City and Wabash Development Partners, will host a public engagement Open House Thursday, January 18, 2024, regarding the Reisterstown Plaza Metro Station Transit-Oriented Development Master Plan. The Open House will take place 6 to 8 p.m. at the Baltimore City Community College (Reisterstown Plaza location), 6764A Reisterstown Road, Northwest Baltimore.

This Open House will be held to share ideas with the community, local organizations, elected officials, and area businesses related to work done as part of a master plan for the future Reisterstown Plaza Transit-Oriented Development. Staff members will share potential features, ideas and concepts; engage with attendees; and ask for feedback from the community regarding what improvements are needed to improve connections and accessibility in the area.

The Reisterstown Plaza Transit-Oriented Development includes approximately 25.6 +/- acres owned by the Maryland Transit Administration at 6300 Wabash Ave. in Northwest Baltimore City. A private developer was selected in response to an Maryland Department of Transportation Request For Proposal to develop a concept for a compact mixed-use development on this site.

The objective of the master plan is to develop a collaborative vision among Maryland Department of Transportation modes, consultants and local agencies for creating a development community that improves connections and accessibility between the Reisterstown Plaza Metro Station transit-oriented development site and the surrounding communities; as well as spur the creation of new housing, employment and recreation opportunities within easy access to the Maryland Transit Administration's Metro system.

Details on the Reisterstown Plaza Metro Station Transit-Oriented Development Master Plan are available HERE. Information presented at Open House also will be made available on the webpage after the event. The meeting location is accessible for people with disabilities. Please contact the MTA by calling 410-539-5000 or visit to arrange for special accommodations, printed material in an alternate format or translated, or for assistance for hearing impaired persons and those requesting an interpreter. All requests must be received one week in advance of the Open House.