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Watch the recorded presentation video, read the chat transcript, and review the survey results from our Public Meeting on February 2, 2023.
About This Project
The City of Baltimore will lead the study and the development of conceptual plans of a separated bike lane that will be built on the existing right-of-way of Wabash Avenue, roughly between the Cold Spring and Reisterstown Metro Stations. This project is generously funded through the Baltimore Metropolitan Council’s (BMC) Transportation and Land Use Connection Grant Program to support the continued buildout of Baltimore’s bicycle infrastructure while complimenting the Maryland Department of Transportation’s (MDOT) efforts to transform the area around the Reisterstown Metro Station through Transit-Oriented Development (TOD).
Beginning in Winter 2023, the City and their team will actively collaborate with residents, community members, institutions, businesses, and agency partners through two formal rounds of engagement to educate, listen, inform, and understand their concerns, priorities, and preferences.
The study is scheduled to conclude in summer 2023 with the publication of findings and the initial design of the Wabash Avenue separated bike lane.