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The Maryland Transit Administration’s (MTA) Office of Fair Practices is responsible for monitoring and enforcing MTA’s internal and external programs to ensure compliance with appropriate federal and state laws and regulations. Learn more >
The MTA Office of Procurement is dedicated to providing the MTA with the highest quality goods and services, in a timely, efficient, and economical manner. All procurements are to be conducted by maximizing competition, encouraging MBE/DBE participation, and following all required COMAR and Federal procurement practices. Learn more >
Human Resources (HR) assists MTA employees with a complete range of services intended to maximize job satisfaction, opportunities for career growth and productivity. The department is organized into teams that address specific categories of employee needs, including: Benefits; Classification and Compensation; Employments Services; Medical Services and Utilization Review. Learn more >
The goal of the MTA Office of Safety, Quality Assurace and Risk Management is to achieve the highest practical level of safety for all MTA modes of transit, in an effort to protect passengers, employees, revenues, and property. MTA has implemented a proactive system safety program plan. These efforts are supported by the Federal Transit Administration for developing guidelines and best practices to provide a safe transit system. Learn more >
The Maryland Transit Administration's Real Estate Division is comprised of two (2) major sections: Property Acquisition and Property Management. The office manages all requests for Freight Crossings, Vendor Inquires, Entry Agreements and Parking Lot Use. Learn more >