The Baltimore City Department of Transportation (BCDOT) is exploring design options for bike infrastructure along Eutaw Place/Street. This project corridor was identified in the City’s 2017 Separated Bike Lane Network Plan (SBLNP) and was awarded a state Bikeways grant to complete design from the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) in 2018.
The project corridor is along Eutaw Street/Place from Druid Park Lake Drive, crossing North Avenue and M.L.K. Jr. Boulevard, to Druid Hill Avenue/Centre Street. This will provide a vital "all ages and all abilities" link to the City’s bike network connecting Druid Hill Park and the “Big Jump” shared use path through several neighborhoods to the Centre Street cycle track and downtown access.
In November of 2021, BCDOT hosted a communitywide meeting to discuss concepts and design alternatives, receive public input, discuss the tradeoffs of each design, and build consensus towards a preferred concept/alternative.
Another public meeting to present the 95% design is tentatively scheduled for Summer of 2022. Please check this page for project updates.