BALTIMORE, MD (Monday, October 24, 2022) – Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC) is developing a concept plan for bicycle and pedestrian improvements along a stretch of US 40 in Harford County. A public comment period on the plan will close on November 27, 2022, and will include a virtual public meeting on November 2 at 6:00 p.m.
The concept plan will examine a five-mile segment of US 40 (Pulaski Highway) between the Aberdeen Train Station in Aberdeen and Erie Street in Havre de Grace, and will provide a foundation for the future development, implementation and maintenance of a shared-use path serving bicycles and pedestrians along the corridor.
Two proposed options include a shared-use path along westbound traffic on the north side of the roadway, or a shared-use path along eastbound traffic on the south side of the roadway. Learn more about the details of each proposal online at publicinput.com/us40bikeped.
Members of the public can comment on the proposed options. Comments will be reviewed by BMC staff and a stakeholder advisory committee, and will help shape the final concept plan.
Ways to comment include:
- Email: email@example.com
- Text: keyword us40bikeped to 73224
- Voicemail: 855-925-2801 x 4009
- Online: publicinput.com/us40bikeped
- On social media with #BRTBListens
- Public meeting: November 2 at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom
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