Have you ever expected a bike lane on a street resurfacing, but it never came? Do you have ideas on making transit stops better? Want to see a more pedestrian-friendly Baltimore? Here’s your chance! With the passage of the Complete Streets resolution, a citizen’s advisory council will assist in overseeing street design projects.
Come find out how you can help at the next Mayor’s Bicycle Advisory Committee: this Tuesday, November 16th, 6 pm in the Department of Planning’s Conference Room (417 E. Fayette St, 8th Floor). We’ll be meeting with Councilmember Mary Pat Clarke, who championed “the Bike Bills”, on how we can assist the city in future street projects.
Also at the meeting, we’ll need your help with
- Preparing for the informational hearing with the Baltimore Police Department
- Requesting areas of enforcement for vehicular traffic parking in bike lanes
- Making recommendations to the city for adhering to the Cyclists Bill of Rights
- Representing biking interests in the B’more Streets for People program
Many hands make light work! Come help your city and fellow cyclists make Baltimore more bikeable!