Why you should support this campaign

Support the Baltimore Transit Equity PAC!

The Baltimore Transit Equity Coalition formed a PAC to support candidates who will fight to complete the Baltimore Red Line light rail.

Please donate today to support our quest for transit equity in the Baltimore region!

By authority Baltimore Transit Equity PAC, Benjamin Groff, Treasurer


Show your support for this campaign by endorsing it and sharing why!

  • Jedediah Mackenzie Weeks endorsed

    “The cancellation of the Red Line, a decision made by one man that adversely affects hundreds of thousands of Baltimoreans, was a travesty.”

  • Jerome Horne endorsed

    “The Red Line is a vital project for the city of Baltimore that must be reinstated. The corridor connects people and neighborhoods together allowing access to opportunity. Whether it's getting people to school, jobs, healthcare or leisure, this project will help to tie the community together bringing about tremendous growth and rejuvenation. The Red Line also begins to make Baltimore's transit system more of a true connected network of lines giving citizens more freedom with easy transfers to the existing Metro, Light Rail and MARC commuter rail lines. The time to get the Red Line back on track is now! Baltimore can't afford to not make this critical investment in the city's future.”

  • Peter Smith endorsed

    “Inequitable access to transportation and economic opportunity have reached crisis levels in Baltimore. An east-west rail connection is the obvious and necessary next step for improving accessibility and mobility for so many in our city. Fifteen years of research, planning, engineering, and community input have proven that the Red Line is the most effective option for such a connection. I'm thrilled that someone has taken up the torch to advocate that we finish what we've started and move forward with what we know is the best option.”

Jun 26 2016

Thanks to our donors so far!

Dear Supporter,

Thanks to your contributions, we were able to purchase signs, t-shirts, and hold our first event, our Build the Red Line Anniversary Walk!

We are just getting started with our campaign to fight for transit equity in Baltimore. We are determined to resume and complete the Red Line light rail project.

Please share this campaign with your friends, and sign up for our email list. View photos from the Anniversary Walk here.

Thankfully,

Baltimore Transit Equity Coalition

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May 30 2016

Campaign created!

Show your support for this campaign by endorsing it and sharing why!

  • Liam Davis endorsed

  • Jedediah Mackenzie Weeks endorsed

    “The cancellation of the Red Line, a decision made by one man that adversely affects hundreds of thousands of Baltimoreans, was a travesty.”

  • Jerome Horne endorsed

    “The Red Line is a vital project for the city of Baltimore that must be reinstated. The corridor connects people and neighborhoods together allowing access to opportunity. Whether it's getting people to school, jobs, healthcare or leisure, this project will help to tie the community together bringing about tremendous growth and rejuvenation. The Red Line also begins to make Baltimore's transit system more of a true connected network of lines giving citizens more freedom with easy transfers to the existing Metro, Light Rail and MARC commuter rail lines. The time to get the Red Line back on track is now! Baltimore can't afford to not make this critical investment in the city's future.”

  • Peter Smith endorsed

    “Inequitable access to transportation and economic opportunity have reached crisis levels in Baltimore. An east-west rail connection is the obvious and necessary next step for improving accessibility and mobility for so many in our city. Fifteen years of research, planning, engineering, and community input have proven that the Red Line is the most effective option for such a connection. I'm thrilled that someone has taken up the torch to advocate that we finish what we've started and move forward with what we know is the best option.”

  • Benjamin Groff endorsed

    “We need to rebuild what was destroyed over the last 100 years of transportation planning that hurt our city and had racially disparate impact. The Red Line is our next step forward to a regional transportation system that supports a thriving, equitable city and region. We must get this project back on track because we can't afford to wait another generation!”