Hamilton Business District Streetscape Project
The Hamilton Business District streetscape is a project involving the study, design, and engineering of safety improvements to the Harford Road corridor between Echodale Avenue and White Avenue, in Northeast Baltimore. The project involves reducing the number of travel lanes from four lanes to three lanes, or four lanes to two lanes. Included in the study and design are the potential for the following elements:
- Road diet (lane reduction) from four lanes to two lanes with a center left-turn lane.
- Road diet (lane reduction) from four lanes to two lanes without turn lanes.
- Traffic calming measures
- Pedestrian safety improvements
- Protected bicycle lanes
- Angle parking
- “Floating” bus stops that come out from the curb
- Aesthetic improvements
- Additional crosswalks
The project is on a fast paced schedule, with design and engineering being completed in March-April, 2019, and construction completed prior to July, 2019.
The next community meeting will be held on Wednesday, February 27th between 4 PM and 8PM. The style of this meeting will be in a workshop format, with residents free to come and go within the four hour window and ask questions, provide feedback on alternatives, and talk to subject matter experts. The location of this meeting will be posted two weeks prior to the meeting.
|The first community meeting was held on Thursday January 31, 2019.||Presentation|
The second community meeting and open-house was held on Wednesday, February 27, 2019.
A comment period will be open based on this meeting and presentation that will extend to March 14, 2019.
Please submit comments below: