Baltimore's public transit must be both efficient and reliable. Many of the greatest cities in the world have a plethora of bus, train, subway, and water transportation options for their residents. With the proper dedication and willpower, we can enhance and grow our public modes of transportation.
Our neighborhoods deserve businesses and developments that create good paying jobs, foster gathering places for our communities, and safe, affordable homes for our residents.
Climate change is real. Over the last 30 years, this should not have been a debate. Baltimore can and must be a beacon for green economic policies. Since our federal government has not sufficiently confronted this issue quickly enough, we must also develop sound flood remediation strategies and infrastructure.