About Our Work 

The BRTB brings together local governments, transportation agencies, professionals, and community members to plan the future of transportation in the Baltimore region. The formal name of this kind of group is a Metropolitan Planning Organization, or MPO.

We help decide where to invest money for transportation projects. We also work to make sure your voices are heard in the planning process. This helps us plan transportation projects - such as for biking and walking, roads, buses, and trains - that meet the needs of the people who live and work here. 

About Federal Certification 

Every four years, FHWA and FTA check how well the BRTB is doing. They want to make sure the BRTB is following federal rules for planning and using money wisely.
The review aims to:
  • Check if the BRTB is meeting federal planning rules.
  • Give suggestions to help the BRTB improve its planning and make better transportation decisions.
  • Make sure the BRTB is tackling important transportation issues in the area.
  • Confirm that the BRTB is making improvements based on previous advice.

Since we were last certified in 2020, our website and PublicInput Engagement Platform have had tens of thousands of visitors. More than 1,750 people took part by filling out a survey or leaving one of thousands of comments. This feedback has really helped us shape the future of transportation in our region. In addition, we’ve held hundreds of committee and project meetings to ensure we are getting feedback from key stakeholders from around the region. 

Now, FHWA and FTA want your opinion on the BRTB's work over the last 4 years. Did you take part? We'd love to hear what you think about how the BRTB is doing!


Visit the other tabs to take our survey or send us a comment by text, email, or voice message! 

If you need help participating, please leave us a voicemail at 855-925-2801 x 1774 or email us at BRTBCertification@publicinput.com. 

Title VI Notice 

The Baltimore Regional Transportation Board (BRTB) operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, or national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and other applicable laws. 

BMC offers interpretation services, including language translation services and signage for the hearing impaired, at public meetings upon request with seven days advance notice. BMC will not exclude persons based on age, religion, or disability. For assistance, contact the Public Involvement Coordinator, comments@baltometro.org, or call 410-732-0500.

Dial 7-1-1 or 800-735-2258 to initiate a TTY call through Maryland Relay. Usuarios de Relay MD marquen 7-1-1

Si se necesita información de Título VI en español, llame al 410-732-0500.