The Annapolis Regional Transportation Management Association (ARTMA) promotes transportation options and transit expansion throughout Anne Arundel County to increase mobility, reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality.
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ARTMA promotes transportation options and transit expansion throughout Anne Arundel County to increase mobility, reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality.
The Annapolis Regional Transportation Management Association, also known as ARTMA, advocates the value of a sound transportation infrastructure and promotes commuter options which save money, time, and our quality of life while reducing congestion and pollution.
ARTMA will be the catalyst linking residents, employees, and visitors with a web of transportation options enabling them to move easily around the region and connecting them to Annapolis, Baltimore and Washington.
- Serve as the regional liaison to coordinate and prioritize common transportation issues which impact government, businesses, visitors and residents; and recommend strategies to alleviate concerns and promote solutions.
- Advocate and communicate the importance of transportation options.
- Advise and support public and private initiatives that will improve mobility in the region.
Founded in 1992 as a 501 (c6), ARTMA is a member organization which receives funding from the Maryland Transit Administration and Anne Arundel County and is managed by a volunteer board of directors.
David Humphreys, P.E. is the Executive Director for the Annapolis Regional Transportation Management Association. Mr. Humphreys is a nationally recognized traffic, transit, and transportation planning expert with over four decades of experience in state, and municipal agencies, the private sector, technology research, and teaching at graduate and undergraduate levels. He has worked extensively with Transportation Management Associations and similar public/private transportation organizations throughout his career. A resident of the Annapolis Region since 1992, Mr. Humphreys is recognized locally as an outspoken champion for mobility and multi-modal transportation initiatives. On numerous occasions, he has presented transportation concepts and professional testimony before Anne Arundel County Council and Annapolis City Council. He recently served on the Mayor’s Transition IDEA Team for developing improvements for the City’s delivery of transportation and parking services. Many Annapolitans know Mr. Humphreys through his opinion column “Capital Mobility” appearing regularly in the Capital newspaper. Mr. Humphreys is a registered Professional Engineer and holds a Master of Science degree in Traffic Operations and Transportation Planning from the School of Civil Engineering at Villanova University.