Malcolm L. Augustine, Senate, Co-Chair (chosen by Senate President & House Speaker)
Tony Bridges, House of Delegates, Co-Chair (chosen by Senate President & House Speaker)

Appointed by Senate President: Malcolm L. Augustine

Appointed by House Speaker: Tony Bridges

Appointed by CASH Campaign of Maryland: Robin McKinney

Appointed by Center for Mobility Equity: one vacancy

Appointed by Central Maryland Transportation Alliance: one vacancy

Appointed by COMMUTE with Enterprise: Mark Hudson

Appointed by Delmarva Community Services, Inc.: Mary Handley

Appointed by Greater Baltimore Committee: Don Fry

Appointed by Greater Washington Board of Trade: Scott Gibson

Appointed by Job Opportunities Task Force: Christopher Dews

Appointed by Maryland Chamber of Commerce: Andrew Griffin

Appointed by Maryland Nonprofits: Rodney Lee

Appointed by Maryland Rural Development Corporation: Chris Benzing

Appointed by Preservation Maryland: Kimberly Golden Brandt ((Ruby Nwaebube)

Appointed by The Arc Maryland: Ande Kolp

Appointed by Transportation Association of Maryland, Inc.: John Duklewski

Appointed by Vehicles for Change: Martin Schwartz

Ex officio: Kathleen Walker, designee of Secretary of Health; Samantha Blizzard, designee of Secretary of Human Services; Travis Johnston, designee of Secretary of Transportation; Michael DiGiacomo, Governor's Workforce Development Board.

Staff: Michelle D. Martin; (410) 865-1285; e-mail: mmartin@mdot.maryland.gov
Kate Sylvester; (410) 767-3027; e-mail: ksylvester@mta.maryland.gov

[Dept. of Transportation Building, 7201 Corporate Center Drive, Hanover, Maryland] c/o Department of Transportation
P. O. Box 548
Harry R. Hughes Department of Transportation Building, 7201 Corporate Center Drive, Hanover, MD 21076 - 0548
(410) 865-1000

Harry R. Hughes Department of Transportation Building, 7201 Corporate Center Drive, Hanover, Maryland, May 2009. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.

In July 2019, the Task Force to Study Transportation Access was created (Chapter 705, Acts of 2019).

For persons and families in Maryland who are without access to public transportation or unable to use personal motor vehicles, the Task Force was to formulate solutions that improve access to employment; training and educational opportunities; health and rehabilitative services; and other social services.

In the course of its study, the Task Force was to review and extrapolate information and recommendations from current human services transportation plans, pilot projects, and reports. Finally, the Task Force was to recommend policies and actions to improve transportation access for those lacking that access.

Authorization for the Task Force ended June 30, 2022.

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