The RAISE project focuses on infrastructure improvements along the CityLink Blue and CityLink Orange lines to provide faster, more reliable transit and improved pedestrian safety.

RAISE Project Open Houses

MDOT MTA and BCDOT will be hosting two in-person Open Houses:

Tuesday, January 31st, 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
St. Bernardine’s Catholic Church Harcum Hall
614 Mt. Holly St., Baltimore, MD 21229

Saturday, February 25th, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Enoch Pratt Free Library – Patterson Park Branch
158 N. Linwood Ave., Baltimore, MD 21224

We will have informational boards, interactive ways to share feedback, and staff members to answer questions.

This will be an opportunity to learn about proposed locations for:

Scroll over the icons below to see topics.

Dedicated bus lanes
ADA accessible bus stops
New bus shelters, benches, and trash cans
Curb ramp and sidewalk repair

We need your feedback about these proposed improvements, and your suggestions for other locations to address.


comment form

Make a Comment

Complete this Comment Form to let us know your thoughts on proposed improvements and potential impacts along the RAISE project corridor.


What We've Heard...

As of November 1, 2022, more than 600 comments have been received. The most common include:

Scroll over the icons below to see the most common comment themes.

Expand Passenger Capacity on Buses
More Convenient Payment Options
More Shelters and Improved Amenities
More Reliable and Frequent Bus Service
Better Sidewalk Conditions
Prioritize Bus Travel
Maintain or ExpandParking Capacity
Improve Bicycle Connections
Emphasize Security and Safety Measures
Improve Cleanliness Around Shelters

Virtual Public Meeting December 8, 2022

Specific to bicycle improvements along the RAISE project corridor.

Meeting Presentation


Virtual Public Meeting November 16, 2022

The Project has progressed to the 30% design phase and at this public meeting, MDOT MTA and BCDOT provided updates on the status of proposed improvements.

Meeting Presentation


Virtual Public Meeting March 30, 2022

Meeting Presentation


Interactive Map

Click the interactive map below to see the RAISE project corridor up close. Various possible project elements can be viewed, including potential Dedicated Bus Lanes (DBLs), Transit Signal Priority (TSP), pedestrian improvements, and Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations. You can leave comments directly in the map about the locations and types of possible project improvements you’d like to see implemented! Quality feedback from stakeholders is a key component to developing a successful project that meets the needs of all users, and we encourage you to share your thoughts!