On Monday, November 22, the State House and the Senate will hold a joint hearing to discuss the proposed Consolidated Transportation Program.
Next week, the House Transportation and Environment Subcommittee will hold a joint hearing with the Senate Budget and Taxation Committee to discuss the proposed Consolidated Transportation Program (CTP). Those who follow Annapolis hope this meeting will provide some insight into current transportation revenues and the impact of the federal infrastructure package.
Time – 1:00 p.m.
What is the Consolidated Transportation Program?
The CTP is the state government’s six-year capital budget for transportation projects. The CTP covers nearly all Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) projects and programs and some funding for the Washington Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
The Consolidated Transportation Program (CTP) is Maryland’s six-year capital budget for transportation projects. The CTP contains projects and programs across the Department, including MDOT Maryland Aviation Administration, MDOT Motor Vehicle Administration, MDOT Maryland Transit Administration, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, MDOT Maryland State Highway Administration, MDOT Maryland Port Administration and Maryland Transportation Authority. CTP includes capital projects which are generally new, expanded or significantly improved facilities or services which may involve planning, environmental studies, design, right-of-way acquisition, construction or purchase of essential equipment related to the installation or service. A detailed description is presented for each major project, as well as a list of minor capital projects.