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MTA Commuter Connections

April 2009

This edition features information on MTA service to baseball at Camden Yards, neighborhood community center programs and the efforts of the Alliance for the Chesapeake.


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Recent This Week With The MTA Radio Programs
(The following files are in MP3 format)

This Week with the MTA (14.5MB)
This program features discussion about MTA transit advertising and the MTA Emerge program, which employs individuals with disabilities.

This Week with the MTA (14.5MB)
This program features discussion about the MTA/MDOT student internship program.

Maryland residents have another way to learn about MTA services and initiatives: the MTA Commuter Connections television show. Airing on cable stations across the state, the show brings its viewers important news and information on transit in Maryland.

Hosted by Jawauna Greeme the MTA Director of Communications & Marketing, the 30-minute program is a one-on-one, interview-based show which features guests who provide updates on MTA's various transit modes-MARC, Metro Subway, Light Rail, Mobility/Paratransit, Local Bus, and Commuter Bus. The show shares important information on transit programs and projects and promotes public transit throughout the Baltimore-Washington Region. Commuter Connections is viewed in more than half a million homes throughtout Maryland each month.

"MTA Commuter Connections" brings interesting guests and transit related topics directly to the viewer. The program keeps viewers informed on subjects like the Green Line Project, the Light Rail Signal Prioritization Project, and the latest MARC Train news. It also explores the best transit means to get to some of Maryland's great events like the Maryland State Fair, Artscape, the Preakness and Ravens & Orioles games.

For more information on MTA Commuter Connections, please contact the show's producer Marc Jones (mjones2@mtamaryland.com. You can also check air times to the right, or your local listings for the day and time when the next MTA Commuter Connections will air.


MTA - Program Schedule
Baltimore City Channel 25
Monday-Friday 5:00am, 9:00am and 6:00pm
Baltimore County Channel 25
Monday 10:30am and 10:30pm
Tuesday 6:00pm
Wednesday 10:30am
Thursday 1:30pm
Friday 11:00am and 7:30pm
Baltimore County Channel 71
Monday 7:00pm
Wednesday 7:30pm
Howard County Government TV Channel 99
Wednesday 7:00pm and 12:30pm
Thursday 2:30pm
Friday 12:30pm and 7:00pm
Howard County Comcast Public Access Channel 98
Tuesday and Thursday 6:00pm
Harford County (HCN) Channels 21 & 7
Monday 4:30pm
Carroll County Community Access TV Channel 19
Wednesday 5:30pm
Sunday 12:30pm
Anne Arundel County TV Channel 99
Monday 8:30pm
Tuesday 12:00pm
Thursday 12:00pm
Anne Arundel County/Annapolis City Government TV Channels 99 & 100
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 1:30pm
Prince Georges County Channel 76
Monday 11:00am
Saint Mary's County Channel 95
Wednesday 10:00am
Saturday 6:30pm
Montgomery County Channel 6
(Various times)  
Channel 24 Baltimore WUTB
(1st Sunday of the month-A rotating show schedule)