FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
November 3, 2021
MDOT Public Affairs
Erin Henson, 410-865-1025
Jim Joyner, 410-865-1030
MDOT OFFICIALS TO TAKE STATEWIDE TRANSPORTATION
INVESTMENT TOUR VIRTUAL FOR PRINCE GEORGE'S ON MONDAY
WHO: Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) Office of the Secretary and representatives from MDOT's business units will meet virtually with Prince George's County officials to discuss transportation investments. Representatives include:
The Secretary's Office: Secretary Greg Slater;
MDOT Motor Vehicle Administration: Deputy Administrator Leslie Dews;
MDOT Maryland Transit Administration: Acting Administrator Holly Arnold;
MDOT Maryland Aviation Administration: Regional Aviation Assistance Director Ashish Solanki;
MDOT State Highway Administration: Administrator Tim Smith; and
Maryland Transportation Authority: Executive Director Jim Ports.
WHAT: This is the 21st meeting in the MDOT tour of 23 Maryland counties and Baltimore City to update local officials and the public on the Hogan administration's Draft FY 2022-2027 Consolidated Transportation Program (CTP), which details MDOT's $16.4 billion six-year capital budget. This meeting is being held virtually in consideration of COVID-19 health and safety protocols. Secretary Slater will outline the state's investments and join other state officials in answering questions about Prince George's County's transportation priorities.
WHEN: 1 p.m., Monday, November 8, 2021
MDOT is conducting its 24 CTP tour meetings through November 16. For a complete list of dates, times and locations, visit: https://bit.ly/39nvLNK
WHERE: VIRTUAL ONLY
Watch live at: https://pgccouncil.us/LIVE. Persons wishing to speak should register on the council's public hearings/sign-up page: https://pgccouncil.us/Speak
WHY: Each fall, MDOT presents its draft six-year capital program to every county and Baltimore City for review and comment. MDOT then prepares a final budget to present to the General Assembly in January. The Hogan administration's six-year Draft FY 2022-2027 CTP invests $16.4 billion in Maryland's transportation network. Above and beyond this funding, the Maryland Transportation Authority is investing another $2.8 billion in our toll roads and bridges. To view the Draft CTP, click here: www.ctp.maryland.gov.