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Urban Design Assistance Team

The Department of Planning has participated in the Urban Design Assistance Team (UDAT) for four communities. These are the findings and recommendations from those UDATs: DundalkRandallstown (PDF), Essex-Middle River (PDF), and Towson.

Charrettes

The term charrette is used to describe a high speed, intensive planning session in which a Community Design Team concentrates on specific design problems with citizens and presents solutions. The Department of Planning has led charrettes for three communities: the Lower Back River Neck Post-Charrette Presentation (PDF), the Reisterstown Charrette and the Turner Station Charrette (PDF).

North Point Peninsula Community Plan

A community-wide survey was conducted in 2004 by the North Point Peninsula Community Coordinating Council (NPPCCC). Based on the results of the survey, a revitalization checklist for both strategic short and long term planning by the NPPCCC and Baltimore County Government was prepared.

Learn more about the Revitalization Checklist (PDF).

Eastern and Western Baltimore County Pedestrian and Bicycle Access Plans 

The Eastern and Western Baltimore County Pedestrian and Bicycle Access Plans were developed by technical advisory committees composed of representatives from the community, County and state government, and were based on the needs and desires expressed by the citizens through several workshops. They identify specific projects to be implemented and provide recommendations for supportive encouragement, enforcement and educational programs. The two plans are the first two phases of a comprehensive plan for the entire County.

Phase I: Eastern County Pedestrian and Bicycle Access Plan

This phase covers the Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Council Districts, inside the Urban-Rural Demarcation Line. The Baltimore County Council adopted the Eastern Baltimore County Pedestrian and Bicycle Access Plan on November 6, 2006, as part of the County's master plan.

  • Part One: Introduction, Planning Process, Benefits of Walking and Bicycling (PDF)
  • Part Two: Destinations, Obstacles and Opportunities, East Coast Greenway (PDF)
  • Part Three: Plan Recommendations and Appendices (PDF)

Phase II: Western County Pedestrian and Bicycle Access Plan

This phase covers the area inside the Urban-Rural Demarcation Line within the First, Second, Third and Fourth Council Districts. The Baltimore County Council adopted the Western Baltimore County Pedestrian and Bicycle Access Plan on November 19, 2012, as part of the County's master plan.

View the full document (18 MB) (PDF).

Bicycle Project Implementation Map

Explore the Bicycle Project Implementation Map, which tracks the implementation of projects and allows bicyclists to find more information about existing and planned routes. 

Learn more about Pedestrian and Bicycle Planning and Implementation.

 
Revised February 5, 2020         

 

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