To the Roland Park Community: I’m very pleased to announce DOT Director Michelle Pourciau has decided to delay a decision about Roland Avenue modifications until DOT can conduct further studies. It’s good news that DOT decided not to pursue its preferred Option #1 or proceed with lane reductions without a careful impact analysis. Director Pourciau […]
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At the July 11th meeting of the Roland Park Civic League Board the following presentation RPCL Poll Results-July, 2018 was shared. Please contact your Plat Rep. with any questions or concerns. Updates will continue to be posted here as further developments occur.
Agenda for July 11, 2018
June 20, 2018 Agenda-Project Approval-Roland Avenue
Update June 21, 2018-The Roland Park Civic League has successfully advocated for our community and DOT has agreed to extend the feedback deadline for Roland Avenue Safety modifications to July 12, 2018. Please send your comments to DOT ASAP. DOT-Public Comment-Form-BLANK June 20, 2018 Agenda-Project Approval-Roland Avenue The Baltimore City Department of Transportation (BCDoT) […]
Come help us celebrate in our beloved Annual Roland Park 4th of July Parade now in its 21st year, from 10AM-12Noon on Wednesday, July 4. The parade will start in front of the library with a reading of the Declaration of Independence by Delegate Sandy Rosenberg and some words from our elected officials. Then we […]
June 13, 2018 Dear Neighbors, As promised in my communication from earlier today, after speaking with Director Pourciau, I have some updates and clarifications on the meeting format tomorrow evening on Roland Avenue Safety at RPEMS from 6-7:30PM. After signing in, you will be provided with meeting instructions. It will be an open house format with […]
June 13, 2018 Dear fellow Roland Park residents, Thursday evening June 14th there is an important meeting for our community with DOT regarding the safety and design of Roland Avenue. I encourage all concerned residents to attend, listen intently, and ask questions. DOT has provided a brief format and agenda which includes a time for open discussion while […]
ROLAND PARK COMMUNITY POSITION ON THE CYCLE TRACK “Restore curbside parking with wider, safer bike lanes immediately and completely on Roland Avenue, while continuing to partner with the City to achieve a “complete street” design that is safer for everyone.” (Handout distributed by RPCL at April 12th BCDoT Public Meeting)
JUNE 2018 Agenda