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The inaugural Howard County Transportation Open House was held Tuesday, January 30, 2024 from 4:30-7:30PM at the Kenneth S. Ulman Innovation Hub (f/k/a the Gateway Building) in Columbia and incorporated the Active Transportation and Transportation Priorities Open Houses. Additional topics covered include transportation safety, Complete Streets, transit and regional planning, and roadway maintenance and operations. The Open House also provided the public with an opportunity to comment on the County's overall transportation priorities, approaches to solving common transportation challenges, and specific projects, including the extension of Montgomery County's Bus Rapid Transit service, Flash, from Burtonsville to Downtown Columbia, and the results and alternatives of the Ellicott City – Oella Pedestrian Connections Feasibility Study, a joint effort with Baltimore County and state partners.

Invited agencies and stakeholders included: Howard County Department of Public Works, Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks, Howard County Police Department, Regional Transportation Agency of Central Maryland (RTA), Baltimore Metropolitan Council, Columbia Association, Maryland Department of Transportation, Howard County Public School System Office of Student Transportation, Montgomery County Transit Services, Downtown Columbia Partnership, Bike HoCo, and more.

Previous Open Houses and Public Meetings


Active Transportation Open House History


The Active Transportation Open House (f/k/a the BikeHoward Open House) was held annually to update the public on the County’s goals, priorities, and progress toward make Howard County bikeable and walkable.


Transportation Priorities Open House History


Every year, Howard County Government updates the its list of transportation priorities for the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT)'s Consolidated Transportation Program. The list, also known as the Transportation Priorities Letter, is developed based on input from the public, county staff as well as elected and appointed officials.

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