BUILDING THE REGION’S FIRST
EMPLOYER-LED BLUEPRINT FOR
Join us in advancing transportation solutions to strengthen the Capital Region.
The Capital Region’s unparalleled strengths have translated into the creation of what is now an increasingly interconnected super-region that is a major player in the global economy. But with this growth come real challenges. Mobility is critical to an efficient, productive and prosperous regional economy– it expands our options for employment and housing; it enables the connection of people, ideas and innovation; and it shapes our quality of life.
Capital Region Blueprint for Regional Mobility
In preparing the Blueprint for Regional Mobility, we sought the expertise of numerous dedicated public officials and other transportation stakeholders, including elected officials, representatives of state and city departments of transportation, metropolitan planning organizations, transit authorities, businesses, labor organizations, chambers of commerce, academic institutions, and nonprofit organizations.
Advancing Our Region: Preface to a Blueprint for Regional Mobility
Preface report provides high-level insights into the region’s transportation system and a baseline assessment of how we perform against the four mobility priorities.
Tackling the Capital Region’s Roadway Congestion: Performance-Driven Tolling
This brief advances six clear and demonstrable principles to reduce congestion, increase speeds, improve reliability and enhance travel options for all consumers.
Unlocking The Promise Of Integrated Mobility In The Capital Region
This brief identifies clear steps for the region to establish a seamless, one-stop-shop mobility platform for planning and paying for any trip across the Capital Region.
Rethinking The Bus: Five Essential Steps For Improving Mobility In The Capital Region
This brief recommends proven actions and tools from around the world to improve bus systems and provides targeted next steps for Baltimore, Washington and Richmond.
Richmond's Transportation Revolution
Transit improvements have been successful in attracting riders and in providing greater access for the residents. Ridership across the GRTC system increased 17 percent from July 2018–April 2019, compared to the same period the year before—while transit ridership nationally declined by nearly two percent.