The Baltimore Museum of Art is everyone’s museum, let’s make sure everyone can get there safely! Let’s reimagine how people who bike, walk, take transit, and use mobility devices get to the museum.
Bikemore is partnering with the BMA to bring together a variety of neighbors and organizations working within a mile of the museum to improve access to recreation and culture. Organizations will be set up outside by the art museum steps from 2pm-4pm with information and activities. We’ll have a walking tour at 3pm to highlight key efforts surrounding the museum, and we’ll have a print guide for a self guided tour. Stop by anytime!
This event is free and open to the public, and is family friendly.
The following organizations will be participating:
Bikemore will be talking about strategies you can employ at crosswalks, lighting, and bike lanes to make the city safer for people who bike and walk. Bikemore will also have their Mobile Bike Shop there, providing free basic bike repairs.
Baltimore Greenway Trail Network / Rails-to-Trails
Rails-to-Trails will have information about their Baltimore Greenway Trail Network, a planned 35-mile trail loop around Baltimore that connects existing trails. A key piece of this trail network will be near the BMA.
Friends of Wyman Park Dell
Friends of Wyman Park Dell recently completed a master plan for the park, that includes making it easier for people from surrounding neighborhoods to bike and walk to the park.
28th and 29th Street Traffic Calming Committee
Co-Organized by Charles Village Civic Association (CVCA) and Greater Remington Improvement Association (GRIA), the Traffic Calming Committee is organizing neighborhoods to address high traffic speeds along 28th and 29th Streets between I-83 and Greenmount Ave.