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Ciclovia Helps Peds Take Back Baltimore Streets

by Joshua Liberles on June 1, 2008

Ciclovia Ciclovia Helps Peds Take Back Baltimore Streets

This fall, Baltimore is scheduled for a serious carectomy. Under persistent pressure from Greg Cantori and his staunch supporters, including Sunday Streets, the city will host a Ciclovia during which pedestrians—cyclists, skaters, walkers—will dominate the streets. As in Bogota, a Ciclovia celebrates pedestrian traffic and bans cars from road travel (or, at the very least, limits it to certain lanes or sectors of the city).

Kudos to StreetFilms for helping advocate for the Ciclovia and for convincing Baltimore’s city legislators that it was a worthwhile idea.

Source: StreetFilms and Baltimore Spokes.

Photo via flickr by themikebot.

See also: Car Free in Bogota: Ciclovia

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1 Trotter December 27, 2007 at 11:41 pm

Oh man! I love it. I’ve been waiting 10 years for someone to do this type of stuff.

Bring out more!

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