Next Monday in Annapolis: Latest on MD Transportation Capital Plan

Monday, November 22, the state House and Senate will be holding a joint hearing to discuss the Draft Consolidated Transportation Program. 

 

Next week the House Transportation and the Environment Subcommittee will be holding a joint hearing with the Senate Budget and Taxation Committee to discuss the draft Consolidated Transportation Program (CTP). Those following Annapolis will be hoping this meeting will give some insights into current transportation revenues and the impact of the federal infrastructure package.

Meeting Details: 

Date- 11/22/21

Time- 1:00pm

Location- Zoom/Youtube

Link of the Agenda

What is the Consolidated Transportation Program?

The CTP is the state government’s six-year capital budget for transportation projects. The CTP covers nearly all projects and programs within the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) and some funding for the Washington Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

According to MDOT: 

The Consolidated Transportation Program (CTP) is Maryland’s six-year capital budget for transportation projects. The CTP contains projects and programs across the Department, including the MDOT Maryland Aviation Administration, the MDOT Motor Vehicle Administration, the MDOT Maryland Transit Administration, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, the MDOT Maryland State Highway Administration, the MDOT Maryland Port Administration, and the Maryland Transportation Authority. The CTP includes capital projects that are generally new, expanded or significantly improved facility or service that may involve planning, environmental studies, design, right-of-way acquisition, construction or the purchase of essential equipment related to the facility or service. An expanded description is shown for each major project, along with a list of minor capital projects.

Read more about the CTP.

Read the CTP factsheet.

Read more about the joint CPT hearing.

Read the agenda for the CPT hearing.

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