Welcome to Go Howard! Formerly Howard Commuter Solutions, we’re your resource for information on ridesharing, transit, biking, and other alternatives to driving by yourself in Howard County.

Go Howard is the Transportation Demand Management (TDM) program of Howard County, Maryland, funded by the Maryland Department of Transportation / Maryland Transit Administration and the Howard County Office of Transportation.

What’s happening?

Interested in finding out what we’re doing in Downtown Columbia? Our TDM Specialist talked with the Downtown Columbia Partnership about all things transportation in DTC.


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We’ve partnered with the Baltimore Metropolitan Council and Love to Ride Central Maryland to bring you the 2020 National Bike Challenge. It’s healthy, positive and fun for new and existing bicyclists.

Why join Love to Ride?

Riding a bike has tremendous benefits for individuals, workplaces and communities. Love to Ride provides the tools and support to help you and your friends, coworkers, and family start riding, or ride more often, and experience the joys and benefits of riding firsthand.

Love to Ride offers a single platform where you can keep track of your riding, find answers and resources to help you ride more confidently, win prizes for riding, and to encourage your friends and coworkers to ride (and win prizes too).

Find out more and sign up at lovetoride.net/centralmd

There’s also a website about biking safely during the Coronavirus era: ride-healthy.com


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You must wear a mask when using public transportation.


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The Howard County Office of Transportation is now accepting permit applications for E-scooters.  Find out more.


MTA Updates due to COVID-19


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Commuter Choice Maryland’s Telework Guide


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Earn cash by choosing a smart commute!

incenTrip is a multimodal trip planning app that rewards points for each commute trip you plan and take during the a.m. and p.m. peak commuting times and log into the app. Washington area commuters can earn up to $10 after completing 10 trips – or save your points to earn $50. Rinse and repeat. It’s that simple! Up to $600 can be earned per calendar year. You must have a Commuter Connections account to earn cash – but don’t worry, registration is free and easy.

Sign-up now for Commuter Connections and link your account to the incenTrip app, available at the Apple App Store and Google Play.

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Looking for options outside Howard County? Try MDOT’s Commuter Choice Maryland.