The first of its kind, the Maryland Department of Transportation was created specifically to coordinate priority and financing for all forms of Maryland public transportation, on behalf of the Governor and Legislature. The State Highway Administration (SHA), Maryland Port Administration (MPA), Maryland Transit Administration (MTA), Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA), and Maryland Aviation Administration (MAA) all became business units within MDOT that we call Modes. Additionally, the Maryland Transportation Authority (MdTA), who is responsible for managing, operating and improving the State's toll facilities, assists the State and MDOT in achieving its transportation goals by providing unique financing opportunities, such as the Transportation Public Private Partnership (TP3) Program.
The MDOT Office of Real Estate has evolved to an oversight and transaction oriented section with specific responsibilities to:
- Dispose of excess real estate owned by the Maryland Department of Transportation
- Promote development around our transit stations
- Promote port related development
- Develop special projects that are core to the needs of MDOT or that foster Maryland's economic development.
Our Web site is designed to answer your questions and properly set expectations for working with the State of Maryland in a real estate transaction. We do have bona fide public sector constraints, but we also have a team of real estate professionals who trained in the private sector. They understand the way you like to run your business and accomplish your objectives.
Welcome to our site and our possibilities!