This year's Transportation Town Hall has been postponed. Stay tuned for a new date and more information as it becomes available.
On Wednesday, November 18, 2020, County Executive Calvin Ball hosted a virtual Transportation Town Hall for residents to hear from county staff from the Howard County Police Department, Department of Public Works and Office of Transportation. Issues discussed included transportation safety, complete streets, transit and regional planning.
The following subject matter experts spoke and took questions from the public:
Bruce Gartner, Administrator, Office of Transportation
Tom Meunier, PE, Director, Department of Public Works
Captain Justin Baker, Howard County Police Department
David Cookson, Planning Manager, Office of Transportation
Chris Eatough, Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator, Office of Transportation
Kris Jagarapu, PE, Chief, DPW Bureeau of Highways
Jason Quan, Transit Manager, Office of Transportation
Cristin Tolen, General Manager, Regional Transportation Agency
2020 Event Video
Video of the event can be found here.
Questions & Answers
Questions and responses-Transportation Town Hall 2020
Status of Bike and Pedestrian Infrastructure Improvement Projects
About the 2019 Event
County Executive Calvin Ball hosted a Transportation Forum in Elkridge on December 2, 2019, to allow residents to hear directly from the County's subject matter experts in the planning, design, operations, and maintenance of the County's transportation systems, as well as to ask specific questions of those experts and County Executive Ball.
The following subject matter experts spoke and responded to resident questions:
Bruce Gartner, Administrator of the Office of Transportation
James, M. Irvin, P.E., Director of the Department of Public Works
Captain Chris Neubauer, Howard County Police Department
Submit More Feedback
Feedback about the County's transportation system is always accepted. Comments and questions may be sent to different offices and agencies depending on the nature of the comment.