We look forward to creating tens of thousands of meaningful jobs and opportunities for area residents and businesses.
Learn how your business can be a part of the future development of the first leg of the Northeast Maglev project. We encourage businesses interested in subcontracting opportunities with the project to complete the short form below. Registered firms will receive project updates and and be among the first to hear about upcoming subcontracting opportunities as the project moves forward.
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Construction of the SCMaglev from Washington, D.C., to Baltimore will be a significant civil works project for the region, including construction of more than 35 miles of guideway and tunnel infrastructure, stations, maintenance yards, ventilation plants, and other support facilities. U.S. companies will be supporting the engineering and design of the infrastructure and SCMaglev system.
According to the FRA-led Draft Environmental Impact Statement, construction of the SCMaglev project would create 161,000 job-years in the Washington-Baltimore-Arlington CSA over seven years — including 123,000 construction job-years and 38,000 professional services job-years. Employee earnings from the construction of the SCMaglev Project would be at least $8.8 billion.
In addition to construction and operations jobs, thousands of permanent jobs will be created by retail, office and other businesses located in transit-oriented developments in and around SCMaglev stations.
Inclusion at Heart
Social responsibility is central to Baltimore-Washington Rapid Rail’s corporate culture. The company has developed an initiative in response to some of the systemic barriers that have often prevented communities of color and women from building skills, wealth and sustainable independence.
Baltimore-Washington Rapid Rail will work with community, corporate and government stakeholders to implement a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Plan for Economic Opportunity to develop, construct and operate Phase One of the SCMaglev train service.
Baltimore-Washington Rapid Rail will open opportunities for building skills and wealth through employment. This will include recruitment efforts to attract communities of color and women. We’re working with faith-based communities, government officials, high schools and colleges, nonprofit organizations working with traditionally unemployed and underemployed individuals, and state and local workforce development boards to recruit equitably.
Special emphasis will be on hiring individuals from Maryland jurisdictions along the SCMaglev train’s route, where tens of thousands of construction and permanent jobs will be created. Baltimore-Washington Rapid Rail intends to work with local partners in outreach activities so the project will be inclusive of recruits from targeted areas in Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Prince George’s counties and Baltimore City.
This transformative project will serve as a model for national infrastructure and regional planning and will strengthen the national economy. We hope you share our eagerness as we move from the planning phase and into execution in the coming years. Visit our web pages often for updates and join us in the movement to positively and equitably advance our communities.
Small, Minority & Disadvantaged Business
The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) is Maryland’s official certification agency for the Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) Program, the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program, and Small Business Enterprise (SBE) Program. Please use the link below to learn more about the programs.