From Harford County government:
The next session of the Harford County Transportation Management Association (TMA) will be held Tuesday, January 25, 2011, at the Higher Education and Technology (HEAT) Center in Aberdeen. The meeting will commence at 9:00 a.m. and should conclude by 10:30 a.m.
The session will provide the opportunity for attendees to learn how to use Harford Transit Link’s improved system and schedules and learn more about the number of services Harford Transit Link provides to Harford County citizens. The goal is to encourage members of the business community and the general public to “Think Link” and use Harford Transit Link as a viable transportation alternative.
This expanded session will introduce attendees to the fixed bus routes, new signage and how to navigate within Harford Transit Link’s improved system and schedules. Attendees will learn first-hand what services Harford Transit Link offers to the public and how these services may apply to employees who wish to use the system. For companies whose employees depend on public transportation to get to work, this session will provide a rich resource for anyone currently using the bus or who may want to use mass transit to get around Harford County.
Pat Fielder, Harford County Rideshare Coordinator, and Sharon Grzanka, Harford County Disabilities Coordinator, are the co-presenters for the session.
Members of the Transportation Management Association are advocates for convenient, effective and efficient transportation to meet the needs of Harford County citizens, businesses, and government.
The TMA meeting is open and free to the public. For more information, contact Pat Fielder at 410-638-3069.
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