Hanover Street Corridor Study (Includes the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Bridge)

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 Draft Report for the Hanover Street Corridor Study Includes the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Bridge is available for review and comment.  DOT has opened the comment period (May 30, 2018 – July 31, 2018) please email comments to [email protected].   You can mail comments to Hanover Street Corridor Study Baltimore City Department of Transportation, Transportation Planning Division, 417 East Fayette Street, Room 747, Baltimore, MD 21202. 

The Hanover Street Corridor Study establishes a framework for Baltimore City’s investment in transportation, education, recreation, regional competitiveness and economic development. The study will identify feasible methods of rehabilitating or replacing the Hanover Street Bridge, improve multimodal corridor accessibility and freight access and highlight ways to enhance access to economic opportunities and recreational amenities, quality of life, and safety throughout the corridor. In addition to improving the structure, there is an amazing opportunity to expand the project beyond the engineering elements and to make improvements and create connections for nearby communities.

The neighborhoods south of the bridge are largely low income, suffer from high unemployment, and experience other quality of life issues. Establishing improved transit, pedestrian, and bicycle linkages to the economic opportunities, services, education, food options, health providers, and other amenities in the downtown area would greatly help to improve these conditions. The Plan will form the ladders of opportunity to residents of South Baltimore communities – improving multimodal access and connectivity to employment, educational, recreational, and transportation alternatives. The Plan will ensure that smart reinvestment and rehabilitation of our transportation infrastructure will bring growth and attract investments to the area. To view the Hanover Street Corridor Study TIGER VI  document click here.

The Hanover Street Corridor Study engages a Community Advisory Panel (CAP) and Interagency Advisory Group (IAG) as a part of its public involvement strategy. The study team met with both groups over the spring and summer 2016. The meeting notes are below:

Title

Modified Date

Size

CAP Meeting #1 – 03/30/16 08/11/2016 293 KB
CAP Meeting #2 – 07/20/16 08/11/2016 416 KB
CAP Meeting #3 1/18/17 1/18/2017 187.74 KB
CAP Meeting #4 4/28/17 6/2/17 411.43 KB
CAP Meeting #5 1/22/2018 3/15/2018 716.38 KB
CAP Meeting #6 3/28/2018 5/18/2018 725.48
IAG Meeting #1 – 06/21/16 08/11/2016 422 KB
IAG Meeting #2 – 07-19-16 08/11/2016 423 KB
IAG Meeting #4 – 04-26-17 06/02/17 404.39 KB
IAG Meeting #5  1/22/2018 719.92 KB
IAG Meeting #6 3/28/2018 5/18/2018 725.48 KB
Public Meeting #1 PPP 9/15/2016 Unknown
9/15/2016 Unknown
Public Meeting #2 PPP 01/31/17 Unknown
Public Meeting #3 PPP 05/23/17 311.43 MB
Public Meeting #4 PPP 02/05/18 4.13 MB
Public Meeting #5 PPP 4/10/2018 3.52 MB
Public Meeting #6 PPP 5/30/2018 1.68 MB
Click Here for the Full Hanover Street Corridor Study Draft Report
 
Title Modified
Cover, Table of Contents, and Chapter 1: Introduction 6/25/2018
Chapter 2: Existing Conditions Data Collection and Mapping 6/25/2018
Chapter 3: Economic Market Analysis 6/25/2018
Chapter 4: Analysis of the Existing Transportation Network 6/25/2018
Chapter 5: Design Opportunities and Constraints 6/25/2018
Chapter 6: Corridor Plan and Guiding Principles 6/25/2018
Description: Appendices 6/25/2018

The Hanover Street Corridor Newsletter offers background information on the project, Quick Facts and more on why the study is needed. Visit regularly for quarterly updates

Additional Information regarding the TIGER and Hanover Street Corridor Study:

Application Project Narrative 
Letters of Support 

USDOT TIGER Projects Fact Sheet – 2014 

USDOT TIGER Press Release – 2014 

Other Area Planning Efforts: