In 2017, Baltimore’s transportation department committed to installing 77 miles of separated bike lanes within five years. The idea: to allow cyclists to easily get around the vast city without hopping in a car. Six years later, the city says it’s only installed 17.5 bike lane miles — less than a fourth of its goal. And bike advocates believe the actual number is far lower.
Baltimore is falling short on plans for a wide network of separated bike lanes
August 10, 2023