DOT Projects Are Facilitated By The Following Divisions:
Transportation Engineering and Construction Division
The Transportation Engineering and Construction (TEC) Division manages the engineering design and construction administration of capital improvement projects (CIP) for the Department of Transportation. The TEC division is comprised of the following groups; Highways and Streets Enginerring, Construction Management, Bridge Enginerring, Footways, Alleys and Land Surveys. To learn more about the Engineering and Construction Division click here. Click on Engineering & Construction projects, to the left for a list of projects.
The Planning Section strives to design and propose safe, cost-effective transportation for Baltimore City in ways that enhance the quality of life, promote economic development, and demonstrates respect for our environment.
Transportation is more than just streets and highways. The section works to create and sustain bicycle, transit, and pedestrian-oriented, mixed-use environments, addressing the needs of all users of our transportation system.
The Planning Section develops plans and strategies aimed at building efficient, sustainable, and accessible transportation systems in Baltimore City.
The Planning Section is dedicated to developing and maintaining a comprehensive, multi-modal system and integrated planning process for efficient and cost-effective transportation services. Our section helps to direct an intergovernmental transportation planning process, which is accomplished through data collection and analysis, development and land use studies, congestion and air quality mitigation strategies, strategic capital funding enhancement and community dilemma resolution. To learn more about the Planning Division click here. Click on Transportation Planning Projects, to the left, for a list of projects.
The Maintenance Division is responsible for maintaining and preserving a safe and well-lit transportation network, road maintenance and facility repairs to our city's infrastructure. Department of Transportation Maintenance is comprised of ten (10) sections and an internal Milling & Paving operation. These responsibilities consist of the maintenance and preservation of the city’s infrastructure within the city right-of- way which for approx. 80,000 street lights, 2,000 miles of roadway, 800 miles of alleys, all medians and right-of-ways and transportation properties, maintenance of 300 bridges, 2 drawbridges and 17 pedestrian bridges, fencing, and guardrails, installation and maintenance of approx. 800 city bus stop benches. Providing Services for over 250 Special Events held annually throughout the City. A sign and markings section that is responsible for the fabrication and installation for thousands of Street Signs, the installation of roadway markings and crosswalks.
The Maintenance Division is also the lead Division for all snow removal operations which includes the placement of approx. 1,100 salt boxes. This division also works with the Waterfront and Downtown Partnerships Groups in the maintenance and preservation of the Central Business District and the Inner Harbor. To learn more about the Maintenance Division