From Friends of Harford:
Traffic problems constitute a large part of the issues local residents have with planned new developments. Many of us believe that local government has a larger role to play in early transportation planning as an integral part of community planning to head off these problems.
Baltimore regional transportation planning, at least for federally funded projects, falls under the purview of the Baltimore Regional Transportation Board, an arm of the Baltimore Metropolitan Council. Harford County is a member. Their newsletter B’More Involved (online link)
” is designed to provide you with helpful information on transportation planning, opportunities for public involvement, and environmental justice. This important information – also posted on Facebook and Twitter – is a great way for you to learn more, stay up-to-date on important events and news, and, of course, let you know how you can B’More Involved!”
We hope you take this opportunity to read this newsletter and get involved.
Also, visit Friends of Harford’s Transportation Planning page to see how this fits with other Maryland transportation planning.