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For Immediate Release:
October 1, 2019

Contact: 
MDOT Public Affairs
Erin Henson, 410-865-1025
ehenson@mdot.maryland.gov

Jim Joyner, 410-865-1030
jjoyner2@mdot.maryland.gov

 

Maryland Department of Transportation Officials To Take Annual 
Statewide Transportation Investment Tour to Garrett County on Friday 

WHO:
Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) Office of the Secretary and representatives from MDOT’s business units will visit Garrett County to discuss transportation investments. Representatives include:
The Secretary’s Office: Deputy Transportation Secretary R. Earl Lewis Jr.;
MDOT Motor Vehicle Administration: Administrator Christine Nizer;
MDOT Maryland Transit Administration: Local Transit Support Director Travis Johnston;
MDOT State Highway Administration: Administrator Greg Slater; and
MDOT Maryland Aviation Administration: Chief Engineer Paul Shank.

WHAT:
Tenth stop on MDOT’s annual tour of 23 Maryland counties and Baltimore City to update local officials and the public on the Hogan administration’s Draft FY 2020-2025 Consolidated Transportation Program (CTP), which details MDOT’s $15.3 billion six-year capital budget. Deputy Secretary Lewis will outline the state’s investments and join other state officials in answering questions about the county’s transportation priorities. To view the Draft CTP, click here: www.ctp.maryland.gov.


WHEN:
10 a.m., Friday, October 4, 2019 
This meeting is one of the 24 CTP tour meetings being held from September 19 to November 5.
For a complete list of dates, times, locations and directions, visit: https://bit.ly/2kAk3JT

WHERE:
Garrett County Commissioners Public Meeting Room, Room 209
203 4th Street
Oakland, MD 21550

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 2020-2025 CTP invests $15.3 billion in Maryland’s transportation network. Above and beyond this funding, the Maryland Transportation Authority is investing another $3.1 billion in toll roads and bridges. To view the Draft CTP, click here: www.ctp.maryland.gov


 


 

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