It is MDOT's goal to provide transportation programs and services that support freight logistics and multimodal transportation options. Freight in all forms via all modes must travel across and through Maryland in an efficient way to help grow our economy. Goods movement is critical to all business sectors, from health care, biotech, and service businesses to agri-business, manufacturing, and distribution. In addition to needing a healthy domestic freight network, our global presence is dependent on the Port of Baltimore and BWI Airport to move international cargo rapidly through the supply chain.
Maryland is updating the state rail plan. Find out more info here.
MDOT Freight and Multi-modalism proactively pursues policy and project development for both multi-modal freight and intercity passenger rail in order to facilitate and improve the safe and efficient movement of goods and people across all transportation modes.
Office of Freight and Multimodalism
Maryland Department of Transportation
7201 Corporate Center Drive
Hanover, MD 21076
Rail Program and Policy Manager
Project Manager - Priority Projects
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