(Bel Air, MD – – March 9, 2009) – – Ms. Karen L. Holt, Regional BRAC Manager for the Chesapeake Science and Security Corridor (CSSC) will be the guest speaker at the March 24, 2009 meeting of the Harford County Transportation Management Association (TMA). Ms. Holt will discuss BRAC Implementation: A Regional Effort. Specifically, she will be talking about what regional transportation cooperative efforts are being implemented to address the influx from the BRAC expansion.
The Chesapeake Science & Security Corridor (CSSC), home to Aberdeen Proving Ground, includes Harford, Baltimore and Cecil Counties and Baltimore City, Maryland; as well as strategic partners Chester, York and Lancaster Counties in Pennsylvania; New Castle County, Delaware; two metropolitan planning councils (Baltimore and Wilmington); the Greater Baltimore Committee; and the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore. CSSC brings together eight jurisdictions in three states to ensure a successful BRAC implementation and high quality of life for those who live and work in our growing defense community.
The APG-CSSC Regional BRAC Office is grant funded through the Office of Economic Adjustment and serves as a communications clearinghouse and event coordination hub for regional BRAC-related information and activities.
The meeting will take place from 9:00– 10:00 AM in Room 201 of the Higher Education and Applied Technology (HEAT) Center, 1201 Technology Drive in Aberdeen.
Members of the Harford County Transportation Management Association are advocates for convenient, effective and efficient transportation to meet the needs of Harford County citizens, businesses, and government. For more information, contact Pat Fielder, Rideshare Coordinator, at 410-638-3069.