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Richard E. Solli

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Spokesman

MTA
 
Background

Employment History

  • Marketing Manager
    MTA
  • Director of Marketing
    MTA
  • Deputy Director (Marketing) of Communications and Marketing
    Maryland Transit Administration
  • Spokesperson for the Administration
    Maryland Transit Administration
  • Manager of MTA Reduced Fare Program and Transit Store
    Maryland Transit Administration
  • Marketing Manager
    Mass Transit Administration
  • Manager
    Maryland State Archives

Board Memberships and Affiliations

15 Total References
Web References
MTA spokesman Richard Solli ...
www2.citypaper.com, 20 Sept 2011 [cached]
MTA spokesman Richard Solli confirms the magnitude of the legal problems Riffin has caused the agency, agreeing that the right of way's status is "an open question until the board decides."
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MTA spokesman Richard Solli agrees that the board's answers to the MTA's questions about the 1990 right-of-way purchase should have been sought 17 years ago, rather than today, but "everybody back then thought that everything they were doing was being done properly, and until we're told differently, we think the actions we've taken since 1990 were appropriate.
Never on Sunday — no way for MTA Metro riders
www.mddailyrecord.com, 3 Nov 2001 [cached]
Richard SolliRichard E. Solli , marketing manager , and Suzanne Bond , director of Transit Communications , have found success in Sunday ridership of the Metro.
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According to Richard E. Solli , marketing manager for the MTA , the transit administration first attempted to offer Sunday service in 1983 , but when the numbers dropped off , transit officials cut the service.
In 1992 , however , officials thought they had found a niche.Set to coincide with the opening of Oriole Park at Camden Yards , the MTA again launched a Sunday initiative.
Initial numbers showed a promise for success as the Metro saw an average of 7 , 000 to 8 , 000 riders each Sunday.But when the Orioles season wrapped up , the numbers again dropped off , and the MTA no longer could spare the significant funds to keep the subway running on Sundays.
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We thought one reason it didn't take off was that it wasn't promoted enough , said Solli.This time we took it very seriously..
Personal stories
It is for this reason that the MTA has launched an aggressive advertising campaign targeting potential Sunday riders - and the campaign thus far has promoted what normally is thought of as one of Baltimore City's major problems : inadequate parking.
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Solli could not say whether The Campbell Group would land the account when it goes up for review in the next week or two.
So far , the MTA has spent about $225 , 000 on advertising since August , but could not say what the entire contract would be worth - only that it would be for three years with two one-year renewal options.
The account took so long to go up for review because the MTA got mired with other contracts.The advertising RFP was put on the backburner.
The MTA hopes to decide on an agency of record by December or January and begin work on a new campaign in February or March , at which time it will begin promoting some other upcoming changes , which are part of a long-term initiative to increase mass transit ridership statewide.
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According to Solli , everything the MTA has promoted and will promote stems from the governor's initiative to double mass-transit ridership in Maryland by 2020.Last year during the legislative session , he allocated $502 million to increase ridership during the next six years and to promote the MTA as a state operation , rather than a service exclusive to Baltimore.
The first really visible change , said Solli , was switching the name of the MTA from the Mass Transit Administration to the Maryland Transit Administration.
The organization now will be focusing on promoting other changes , such as the addition of a Mondawmin Metro Shuttle , expanding the MARC train line to Frederick and a reduction in monthly fees from $54 to $44.
Train 881 has been canceled and ...
www.fredericknewspost.com, 7 Nov 2007 [cached]
Train 881 has been canceled and Train 879 has been delayed until 6 p.m., said Richard Solli, spokesperson for the Maryland Transit Administration.
Preakness Celebration
www.preaknesscelebration.org, 8 July 2005 [cached]
, Rich Solli, Maryland Transit AuthoritySecretary
Transportation, Maryland Department of
www.mdgovpap.com, 6 June 2010 [cached]
Richard E. Solli, Manager (410) 547-2108; e-mail: rsolli@mtamaryland.com
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