Baltimore

Baltimore fire code eased to allow bike lanes, more flexible design

By Saumya Jain On Aug 6, Baltimore City Council voted unanimously to approve a bill that repeals parts of the city fire code to allow for more bike-friendly and pedestrian-safe street developments. Although the bill still awaits Mayor Catherine Pugh’s signature, a mayoral spokesperson said on

Bicycle level of stress and equity as factors in project selection

By Robbie Webber A paper published in the International Journal of Sustainable Transportation suggests integrating accessibility by bicycle, equity, and project selection to tackle the isolation and segregation of low-income neighborhoods in Baltimore. Using bicycle Level of Traffic Stress (LTS)

Re-Connect West Baltimore aims to bridge old neighborhood divides

By Robbie Webber Construction on a bridge project in West Baltimore will soon begin, and federal and local officials hope it will improve connectivity in a neighborhood that has long suffered from the legacy of urban highways built through low-income and minority communities. USDOT Secretary