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Workshops for the Western Baltimore County Bicycle Access Plan

Workshops for the Western Baltimore County Bicycle Access Plan

It is important to have a goodly number of people come out to the meetings, to demonstrate the importance and interest in walking and bicycling as transportation.  If some of your members are able to attend, we can be assured that proponents of walking and bicycling will shape the discussion.

Note that we are trying to lay out improvements on five scales:

- 1 mile walk zones around schools and transit stops
- 3 mile zones of town centers
- clusters of town centers (3-12 miles)
- cross-county connections
- regional connections (Baltimore City, Howard County, and Anne Arundel County abut the study area)

And if you have any suggestions for who else should get this request, please let me know.


Richard Layman
Project Manager

The Western Baltimore County Pedestrian and Bicycle Access Plan will be an "action plan" for constructing pedestrian and bicycle improvements in the urban area of the western side of Baltimore County in the First, Second, Third, and Fourth County Council Districts.  The plan is being developed by an advisory committee composed of representatives from the community and county and state government, and will be based on the needs and desires expressed by the citizens who live or work in the area. It will identify specific projects to be implemented and provide recommendations for phasing and funding.

We Need Your Help!

Your help is needed to identify improvements to the pedestrian and bicycle network in your area. Please attend one or more of the workshops listed below to share your ideas. Following an introductory presentation, and a survey about your experiences, you can sketch out your suggestions on maps. Members of the Action Committee will facilitate the discussion and record your comments.  Your ideas will help make the Western County Pedestrian and Bicycle Access Plan responsive to your needs. Show your support for improving the environment for walking and biking, provide your input, and encourage others to participate as well.  A flyer (PDF) is available for you to share with others who may be interested in attending.

Workshop Schedule (All start at 7 p.m.)
Tuesday, April 6 (District 4)
Randallstown Community Center
3505 Resource Drive, 21133

Thursday, April 8 (District 2)
Pikesville Library
1301 Reisterstown Road, 21208

Wednesday, April 21 (District 3)
*censored*eysville Middle School
10401 Greenside Drive, 21030

Tuesday, April 27 (District 1)
Catonsville Library
1100 Frederick Road, 21228 … 5173706237

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