Maryland is reviewing its communications and PR account covering road safety and other outreach for a three-year term.

The Maryland Transportation Authority released an RFP on Jan. 25 covering a swath of disciplines related to communications, including PR, crisis communications, social media, news monitoring, media planning and writing, among other tasks.

More than two dozen agencies have taken an interest in the RFP since its release.

The resulting contract, which maxes out at $1.2M a year, carries a two-year option in addition to its three-year term.

MTA's director of communications oversees the account.

Proposal deadline is March 5. View the RFP (link).