MTA has conducted extensive outreach in the Baltimore region in order to engage communities in providing feedback on the plan, and to spread awareness about changes under BaltimoreLink. Check out details on how MTA educated the public about BaltimoreLink, or about the entire outreach campaign in the reports listed below.
On Your Bus!
Free info bus with helpful volunteers describing changes to current routes.
Rider alerts on all other buses!
Audio announcements and above-window ads explaining BaltimoreLink.
At Your Stop!
MTA ambassadors at major stops with maps, rider alerts, and other resources describing changes to current routes.
Ads in some shelters comparing current routes with new BaltimoreLink routes.
Signs, cards, and other notices at some stops describing stop-specific changes.
In Your Community!
Educational meetings in various communities and organizations.
Info booths at major events and festivals.
Informational ads in major places and spaces.
Read the School Brochure to learn more
about how BaltimoreLink affects you.
BaltimoreLink public education builds off three phases of public outreach:
October 2015-February 2016
- 67 events
- Over 1,200 comments received
- BaltimoreLink Fall/Winter 2015 Outreach Report
- You Spoke. We Listened. How Public Feedback Improved the BaltimoreLink Plan
July 2016-September 2016
- 103 events
- Over 1,000 comments received
- BaltimoreLink Summer 2016 Outreach Report
December 2016-February 2017
- 14 Public Hearings
- Over 1,100 comments received
- BaltimoreLink Winter 2017 Outreach Report