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This program features discussions about the One Less Car organization, which promotes alternative forms of transportation, including the use of transit.
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 Paulette Austrich, Chief Public Information Officer for the MTA, the 30-minute program features guests and 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 available in more than half a million homes throughout Maryland each month.
Along with interesting guests and feature stories, MTA Commuter Connections keeps viewers informed on important projects like the Red Line, the Purple Line, and the latest MARC Train news. It also explores the best transit options 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 (firstname.lastname@example.org). You can also check your local listings for the day and time when the next MTA Commuter Connections will air.