Petition Closed

We demand that Baltimore City follow the Council Bill 09-0433, Complete Streets, in their design of the Midtown Streetscape project. Specifically, bicycle lanes and bicycle infrastructure, which are not currently included in the design, must be included unless the “Director of Transportation issues a documented exception concluding that application of Complete Streets principles would be contrary to public safety.”

Maryland Institute College of Art and University of Baltimore leadership have had the unique opportunity to represent their interests in Baltimore’s complete streets program.

Let MICA and UB administration officals know that safety improvements for bicyclists are an integral part of a complete streets program - one that protects cyclists and encourages bicycling as a means of transportation.

When you sign, please include in the comments if you are a local business owner, or are associated with MICA or UB.

Letter to
Baltimore City Council Council President Jack Young
Baltimore City Council Councilman Cole
Maryland Institute College of Art President Lazarus
and 3 others
University of Baltimore President Bogomolny
Baltimore City Council Councilman Mosby
Department of Transportation, Baltimore City Director Khalil Zaied
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Baltimore City Government, and the administrations of MICA and UB.

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Include bike lanes in the Mount Royal Streetscape redesign

We demand that Baltimore City follow the Council Bill 09-0433, Complete Streets, in their design of the Midtown Streetscape project. Specifically, bicycle lanes and bicycle infrastructure, which are not currently included in the design, must be included unless the “Director of Transportation issues a documented exception concluding that application of Complete Streets principles would be contrary to public safety.”

Maryland Institute College of Art and University of Baltimore leadership have had the unique opportunity to represent their interests in Baltimore’s complete streets program.

Let MICA and UB administration officals know that safety improvements for bicyclists are an integral part of a complete streets program - one that protects cyclists and encourages bicycling as a means of transportation.
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Sincerely,