Baltimore City DOT to Hold Towing Town Hall Meeting

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation is holding a Towing Town Hall meeting on Thursday, July 21 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the War Memorial Building, 101 North Gay Street.  Meeting specifics can be found below.

Come meet Baltimore City Department of Transportation (DOT) officials and DOT consultant RK&K as they discuss their efforts to research current towing operations and potential improvements to the towing process. Issues addressed include:

*         Customer service provided at the tow yards

*         Prices and costs of service for tows, vehicle storage and
processing

*         Licensing of Medallion towers

*         General efficiency and equity of efforts to obtain and return
vehicles to owners

This Town Hall provides all attendees with the opportunity to express their concerns about towing operations and suggest issues for the City should address. Attendees should feel welcome to bring suggestions and
concerns in writing to leave with Department officials, and/or prepare statements to deliver orally in person.  Public parking is available for a fee at the Baltimore City parking garage located at 501 East Lexington
Street. This event is free and open to the public.

Please contact Barbara Zektick, DOT Legislative Affairs Executive, at 410-396-6854 or <a href=""Zektick, Barbara" “>Barbara.Zektick@baltimorecity.gov with any questions or concerns about this meeting or to submit questions or concerns for the Department to address through its towing research.

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