The Partnership's Programs
BWI Marshall Airport Employee Commuter Center
The BWI Employment, Transportation and Training Center serves the needs of employers and employees in the Airport vicinity. This unique partnership with the Maryland Aviation Administration, the Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corporation and Anne Arundel Community College assists employers in recruiting for hundreds of airport jobs. You may find the Center on Concourse C, next to the American Airlines ticket counter. Job seekers can search specific job listings online at a special BWI link on the State’s Internet-based job bank, Maryland Workforce Exchange or stop by the Center to complete employment applications Monday - Friday from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. The Community College is the training and educational link. The BWI Business Partnership, Inc. provides transportation and transit information, transit advocacy and rideshare.
Ft.Meade Regional Commuter Clearinghouse
MeadeRide is a one-stop travel information resource connecting commuters to Ft. Meade with information about transportation choices, and matching those who want to “share getting there” with vanpools and commuter buses. Ft. Meade, the National Security Agency, incoming Ft. Meade agencies, the State of Maryland, local counties, and the Maryland Department of Transportation are all working together on transportation issues – whether it’s a new shuttle bus route or a highway improvement project. These entities have all joined together to support MeadeRide. For more information on MeadeRide, click here.
Getting Employees to Work - Special Shuttles
Link shuttle (BWI area and NSA)
The Link Shuttle stops at the BWI Amtrak/MARC station and the BWI Business District light rail stop to help you reach your work site. The Link Shuttle, operated by the BWI Business Partnership, circulates in the BWI Hotel District and is free to the public. The shuttle operates Monday through Friday from 5:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Howard County ( WoW)
Work on Wheels (WoW) is a workforce transportation program administered by the BWI Business Partnership. It connects employees and job candidates from Baltimore City to selected Howard County worksites. It is funded through a grant from the Baltimore City Department of Social Services and the Howard County Department of Planning and Zoning. WoW receives pre-screened candidate referrals through a network of non-profit and public sector employment development agencies in Baltimore City. The transportation services and the human resource referrals are free of charge to the Howard County business community.
Read letters of support for the Partnerships management of WOW.