Welcome to the Maryland Coordinated Community Transportation website.  The  Maryland Department of Transportation’s Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) leads this effort, working in conjunction with the State Coordinating Committee for Human Services Transportation, metropolitan planning organizations, regional coordinating bodies, and with assistance from the KFH Group. 


This website features  links to regional coordinated public transit-human services transportation plans that meet  requirements for the Federal Transit Administration’s (FTA) Section 5310 (Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities)  Program.  In 2015 the MTA will be leading updates of the regional Coordinated Public Transit – Human Services Transportation Plans.  This will include:

  • Conducting regional workshops to review and update unmet transportation needs, to review and update transportation services in the region, and to review the most recent demographic analysis.   Please click on “Regional Plans” for information on upcoming workshops in the Southern Maryland, Western Maryland, and the Lower and Upper Eastern Shore regions.


  • Hosting subsequent meetings to discuss and review strategies and projects to be included in the updated plans.

Thank you for your interest in the coordinated planning process and efforts to improve mobility in Maryland. We encourage you to check back for future updates. In the meantime if you have any questions, please contact the following MTA representative: 

Jeannie Fazio, Program Manager

Human Services/Training

Office of Local Transit Support

Maryland Transit Administration

6 St. Paul Street, 9th Floor

Baltimore, MD 21202-1614

410-767-3781 - Direct



This website also includes resources to support mobility management programs across Maryland.  Mobility management is an approach for managing and delivering coordinated transportation services that focuses on the movement of people and not vehicles or assets.  Mobility management:

  • Embraces a “full family” of transportation services,

  • Emphasizes movement of people through a wide range of providers and services,

  • Makes more efficient use of transportation resources,

  • Provides opportunity to design local and regional solutions to fit community needs and visions.

Please see the “Mobility Management” tab for more information on efforts across Maryland.