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Parking Meter Enforcement Will Begin Monday, July 13, 2020

Parking Meter Enforcement


Changes in Harbor Connector Services

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation (BCDOT) will change commuter services in our Harbor Connectors program.  Beginning Tuesday, June 16, 2020, Harbor Connectors HC3 route will provide services from Pier 5 to the Rusty Scupper. BCDOT will no longer be providing services to or from the Harborview pier. These service changes help to build upon our concerted efforts to improve the commuter services. BCDOT will continue to assess overall system performance, reliability, and operational infrastructure.

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Department of Transportation Announces Additional Automated Enforcement Locations

Baltimore, MD (Thursday, January 14, 2021) – The Baltimore City Department

The Department of Transportation Continues Slow Streets Evaluation Phase

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation (BCDOT) has recently implemented 25 miles of slow streets in communities throughout the City. As a result of this traffic calming initiative, residents currently have access to 25 miles of roadway to practice safe social distancing while walking and biking, as outlined in Council Bill 20-0532. 

Flash Flooding is Expected Thursday, Could Cause Signal Outages and Flooded Roadways in the Harbor East, Fells Point, and Canton Neighborhoods

Flash Flooding is Expected Thursday, Could Cause Signal Outages and Flooded Roadways in the Harbor East, Fells Point, and Canton Neighborhoods

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Upcoming Events

Jan
21

Virtual Listening Session introducing the Wolfe-Washington Bikeway Study

6:00pm to 7:00pm

Hello ! Join the City of Baltimore for a Virtual Listening Session introducing the Wolfe-Washington Bikeway Study.