Charles Village Civic Association and Greater Remington Improvement Association are hosting a joint meeting to discuss traffic calming on the 28th and 29th Street corridor.
This corridor serves as a highway on/offramp through the communities of Remington and Charles Village, causing high speed crashes that injure and kill neighbors and visitors.
Traffic calming can make it a corridor that safely serves the communities it operates within, as well as people driving through those communities in cars.
Ideas for Traffic Calming Solutions in the Corridor
Fred Lippert, Landscape Architect, Volunteer, Resident
Discussion of Values and Priorities
Liz Cornish, Executive Director, Bikemore, Resident
29th Street and Howard Street Bump Out Concept
Baltimore City Department of Transportation
Explore Specific Traffic Calming Ideas
Roundtable discussions led by resident volunteers with planning experience