“Blueprint for Regional Mobility” includes research from NSCG faculty
NCSG faculty members Frederick Ducca, Sevgi Erdogan, Gerrit-Jan Knaap, Kim Fisher, and Uri Avin provided critical research, technical, and analytical support for Capital Region Blueprint for Regional Mobility, a report by the Greater Washington Partnership. Framing mobility as an economic driver, the report proposes bold transportation objectives that could transform the Baltimore-Washington-Richmond region.
The Greater Washington Partnership is “a civic alliance of CEOs in the region, drawing from the leading employers and entrepreneurs committed to making the Capital Region– from Baltimore to Richmond – one of the world’s best places to live, work and build a business.”
- “Baltimore transit needs local oversight, more funding, regional transportation report says.” The Baltimore Sun
- “Better transit, congestion pricing, and 18 other big ideas from a business group’s transportation blueprint.” Greater Greater Washington
- “Region’s CEOs propose ambitious, costly plan to reduce traffic from Baltimore to Richmond.” The Washington Post
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