The Baltimore Regional Transportation Board will soon host a public meeting in Carroll County for residents to hear about and discuss a series of long-term transportation proposals, some of which would substantially expand major Carroll roadways.
The Maximize 2045 plan maps out transportation projects throughout Maryland that would be designed to be implemented between 2024 and 2045.
“It’s a document that spells out the broad reach of transportation goals,” said Terry Freeland, transportation planner. “It also has a financial plan in it, what we project the amount of revenue that will be available to pay for, maintain and operating the transportation system. It’s a federally required document; every metropolitan area in the country has to do them, so it’s generally updated every four years.”
The public meeting will be held on June 6 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Carroll County government building, at 225 N. Center St. Click here to continue reading…
Credit: Akira Kyles | Carroll County Times