The City initiated this project to understand constraints and leverage opportunities for redevelopment of the study area along Baltimore Avenue (US 1) (Route 1) between University Boulevard (MD 193) and Cherokee Street. The effort is part of a larger goal to promote Route 1 as more livable and safer for all travelers, especially pedestrians.
You can find more about the project here.
This project is not a development proposal and the project team is not working with any developer to redevelop the study area.
This is a planning study to explore development alternatives and identify multi-modal transportation improvements to enhance the access and connectivity of the study area.
This project is supported by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG) – Transportation Land Use Connections (TLC) Program.
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and the state-wide stay-at-home order, the project team was unable to host an in-person public meeting to share and discuss possible futures of the area.
The project team created this online presentation and survey to share information and hear from residents, businesses, property owners, and investors about ideas presented.
Please view the presentation and take the survey, preferably on a computer screen rather than a tablet or a phone. Due to technical limitations, the websites are best viewed on a computer screen.