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PPNA Transportation Committee

About our work: 

  • Focus on developing and implementing projects related to neighborhood transportation and safety

  • Work with residents to understand their concerns and solicit
    input for effective solutions

  • Serve as the main point of contact between the neighborhood
    and city agencies

  • Use a community-based approach to improve local
    transportation and safety

  • Empower community members, solicit community input and feedback, implement meaningful change

  • Advocate for policies that support the health, well-being, and safety of community members


Guiding Principles

The following guiding principles guide our efforts: 

  • Advocate for community members

  • Optimize the health, well-being, and safety of community residents

  • Provide a forum for discussion and empowerment

Image by Tim Gouw

Past Projects

Examples of our projects include: 

  • Right-of-way (ROW) Art: painting stenciled designs
    within traffic-calming bump-outs at
    busy intersections

  • Traffic calming initiatives: busy intersections,
    speed humps, flexible bump-outs, pedestrian safety,
    bicycle safety, painted crosswalks

  • Collaborations: Department of Transportation,
    Maryland Transportation Authority, Baltimore Police
    Department, city agencies

  • East Baltimore Transportation Report (May 1, 2018)
    View the Report

Image by Jack Alexander

Contact us

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