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Provide Feedback on Scooters and Dockless Bikeshare

Scooters and dockless bikeshare have arrived in Baltimore. These new forms of transportation help to increase mobility and have changed the landscape of our streets. Fill out this survey to let the Baltimore City Department of Transportation know that you […]

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Support Anti-Source of Income Discrimination Legislation in Baltimore City

CPHA has long advocated for legislation to end housing discrimination based on source of income (which includes housing vouchers). In particular, we've been outspoken supporters for it in

Hearing to be held on the Effects of Concentrated Poverty on Education

The Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education, also known as the Kirwan Commission, is preparing a report that will determine the future of education funding in Maryland.

Sign up for Transportation 101!

Transportation 101 is a 7-week course offered by the Central Maryland Transit Alliance. Participants will have a chance to meet others interested in improving the Baltimore region's transit

City Holding Community Meeting on Hanover Street Corridor

Opened in 1916, it's no secret the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Bridge in South Baltimore also known as the Hanover Street Bridge has seen better days. So it's a

Testify on Complete Streets!

A hearing for Baltimore City's Complete Streets bill, supported by Bikemore and sponsored by Councilman Ryan Dorsey was scheduled to be held in March but it was canceled

Save the Date! Gubernatorial Transit Forum to be held May 31st

As we saw with Governor Hogan's unprecedented cancellation of the Red Line, Maryland's Governor has a lot of power over our transit infrastructure. Join CPHA, Transit Choices, 1000

Support Complete Streets in Baltimore

The Baltimore City Council Land Use and Transportation Committee will hold a hearing on Complete Streets legislation introduced by Councilman Ryan Dorsey. It's about time; the bill was first

Comment on the Baltimore Green Network Plan

The Baltimore Green Network Vision Plan aims to develop a comprehensive strategy for how underutilized areas in our most distressed communities, particularly those that once housed vacant properties,

Discuss Equitable Economic Development in Park Heights and Pimlico

The Equitable Economic Development Fellowship, a project of the National League of Cities, Policylink, and the Urban Land Institute, aims to foster equitable growth in cities around the