From a very small office in a remote section of Cambridge, Maryland Upper Shore Transit’s Dave Ryan manages a fleet of over 100 vehicles dedicated to providing public transportation through the Delmarva region. It fact, second to Baltimore’s own transportation system, the Delmarva Community Services (MUST’s nonprofit parent organization) could be operating the second largest transit system in the state.
In his interview with the Spy, Dave talks about the slightly “below the radar” public transportation system known Maryland Upper Shore Transit (M.U.S.T.) which will be celebrating their 40th year of service this year. While M.U.S.T. was created to serve citizens with developmental disabilities and senior citizens, the organization has increasingly had to expand its scope to help other communities and people of need.
The video is approximately six minutes in length