BALTIMORE, MD (Thursday, November 17, 2022) – Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC), in partnership with Howard County and Baltimore County, is developing a study of transportation conditions in the historic town centers of Ellicott City and Oella.
The study will collect and analyze data on transportation conditions in these historic downtown areas for users across all transportation modes and recommend ways to improve multi-modal access and safety, parking management and signage. A report will include best practices for implementing projects in historic town centers around the Baltimore region.
A public comment period to gather feedback on transportation challenges and opportunities in these areas begins today and will close on December 22, 2022. Members of the public can join staff from BMC, Howard County and Baltimore County for an open house meeting and discussion at the Roger Carter Community Center in Ellicott City on December 8 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Ways to comment include:
- Email email@example.com
- Text keyword 'historictowncenters' to 73224
- Leave a voicemail at 855-925-5621 x 5621
- Online at publicinput.com/historictowncenters
- On social media with #BRTBListens
- Join our open house meeting on December 8, 6:00-7:30 p.m., Roger Carter Community Center, Oella Room, 3000 Milltowne Drive, Ellicott City MD 21043
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