The safety system - already being used in some cities - is being tested on 10 buses operated by the Maryland Transit Administration.
What does MTA stand for?
MTA stands for Maryland Transit Administration
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- Managing the Atom
- Manchester Transit Authority (New Hampshire, USA)
- Manhattan Torah Academy
- Manual Target Acquisition
- Manufacturing Technology Activity
- Marin Telecommunications Agency (Novato, CA)
- Marine Tactical Automated Command and Control System
- Market Technicians Association (financial markets)
- Marvel's the Avengers (film)
- Maryland Taxpayers Association
- Maryland Transit Association
- Maryland Transit Authority
- Masonic Temple Association (various locations)
- Mass Termination Assembly (computer engineering)
- Mass Transit Administration
- Massachusetts Teachers Association
- Massachusetts Turnpike Authority
- Master of Tourism Administration
- Matched Typed Address (philately)
- Material Transfer Agreement
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Maryland Transit Administration is seeking federal funding to help cover a Purple Line's construction, now estimated to cost $1.
The Maryland Transit Administration has a powerful tool to quell emergencies.
As part of a separate contract, STV, in a joint venture with Jacobs Engineering, is providing program management and consulting services for the proposed Maryland Transit Administration Red Line, a 14.
The Maryland Transit Administration is seeking federal funding to help cover the Purple Line's construction, now estimated to cost $1.
In-vehicle gateway allows Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) to deliver mobile broadband communications to multiple bus systems BALTIMORE, Md.
2 million, 15-year energy savings performance contract by the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA).
must pay the fund $73 million for allegedly miscalculating the amount of contributions the state should have paid into the fund on behalf of judges, members of the Maryland State Police, Maryland Transit Administration Police, and other state law enforcement officers over a 22-year period between 1982 and 2004.