County Executive Kevin Kamenetz on Thursday released his state transportation priorities, and the Towson area was not among them.
“As we have seen before, the County Executive failed to present a single solution to the transportation problems in Towson, the area his administration has aggressively promoted for growth,” said Councilman David Marks, who represents
Baltimore County Councilman David Marks, who represents the Fifth District, submitted the following op-ed:
Baltimore County’s Department of Public Works has some of the finest public servants I have met in two decades of working at every level of government. That includes the public works directors I have served with while on the County
Could a circulator called the “Towson T” be coming to Baltimore County in the next couple of years?
A report is due from state transportation officials in the upcoming weeks and could recommend a T-shaped shuttle route in the county seat that could start free service in 2018, County Councilman David Marks said on
In its recent editorial, The Baltimore Sun expresses skepticism regarding the idea of a Towson circulator (“Circulator skepticism,” Jan. 15). That is precisely why the Baltimore County Council supported a pilot program for this transit service: there are many questions that can only be answered once a circulator is put into operation.
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Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz probably didn’t make a lot of friends in either Towson’s cash register-operating or Birkenstock sandal-wearing crowds when he publicly expressed concerns this week that he doesn’t see any great need to create a Towson “circulator” bus system. The view also puts him squarely at odds with the Baltimore County Council,