What We Have Done
historic Cty Wide transit equity analysis
BTEC co-authored with Dr. Megan Latshaw at JHU Bloomberg to produce Baltimore’s historic first city-wide transit equity analysis.
This study identified precisely the communities most in need of investments in abatement of harmful pollutant emissions and their adverse health impacts.
responded to a melee at white marsh mall
BTEC responded to a melee at White Marsh Mall involving 37 youth and 2 (two) adults by (i) Meeting with owners of White Marsh Mall to propose a Youth Ambassador Program in which youth would be chosen to help prevent tensions among youth visitors at the mall.
In addition, BTEC testified at the Baltimore County Council and won an agreement to permit the private ownership of the mall to handle security at the mall without further intervention by the police and the Council.
submitted brta proposals
BTEC has submitted proposals to the Baltimore and Anne Arundel Counties to support the creation of a BRTA. The proposals will be submitted again in the July session.
baltimore link city-wide conference at high school
BTEC held the only city-wide conference at Douglass High School for school youth and school families to be tutored by Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) in the new routes and services on the Baltimore Link.
Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) and Baltimore City Public Schools (BCPS) refused to activate their school alert robocall systems. BCPS decided not to co-sponsor.