2012 Baltimore Bike Map

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2012 Bike Map for Baltimore City

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Cartographer: Victor Miranda
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Baltimore Metropolitan Area
Franck e Av e
Seminary Av e
Sem inary Ave

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Rd

I-6 95

D ulaney Valle y

el Mays Chap Road
Thorn ton Rd

4 #

to Lutherville & Timonium
I-6 95

Hampton National Historic Site

to Loch Raven Reservoir & hiking/biking trails Cromwell Valley Park

Pro vid en ce

Hillside Road

Bellona Ave
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Rd

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Falls Rd

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Joppa Rd

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Boyce Ave

Highland

Washington Av

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M idwood

Hillen

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Alhambra Ave

Saint Geo rges Ave

XX

Marble Hall Rd

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Linkwood Rd

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Old Coldspring La

York Rd

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29th

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Jenifer Ave

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Roosevelt Park

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Woodbourne Ave

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Ha rfo rd

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Deepdene

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Beaverbrook Rd

Good Samaritan Hospital

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Evergreen Ave

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24th St
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Lafayette Ave Lanvale St

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H e nrietta St

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Baltimore St

Hollins St

Hollins St

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Bank St

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Fort McHenry National Mon.

Holabird Park
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Dundalk Community College
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U.M.B.C.
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Lake Roland

Country Club of Maryland

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Penn. Ave Chesapeak e Ave

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Hillen Rd

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 American Visionary Art Museum Avenue Market (Lafayette Market) B&O Railroad Museum Baltimore Museum of Art Baltimore Museum of Industry Baltimore Public Works Museum Baltimore Ravens / M&T Bank Stadium Baltimore Visitor Center Broadway Market Bus Terminal - Haines Street Bus Terminal - O’Donnell Travel Plaza Carrie Murray Nature Center City Hall Cross Street Market Cylburn Arboretum Visitor Center Historic Factory, Architectural Interest Hollins Street Market Hostelling International Baltimore Hostel Lexington Market Maryland Science Center Maryland Zoo Mt. Washington Arboretum National Aquarium Northeast Market Oriole Park at Camden Yards Peale Museum Port Discovery Rawlings Conservatory Rogers Mansion Walters Art Museum Washington Monument

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Thanks for choosing cycling to get around Baltimore. Not only is biking a quick, fun, and sustainable way to travel, but it helps you get to know Baltimore on a local level. Biking through our many neighborhoods gives a more intimate feel to Charm City! Biking is a great way to get exercise, whether during your commute or out on the weekends. The average bike commuter loses 13 pounds during the first year. Cycling helps fight heart disease, obesity and diabetes. Biking is also good for the environment: it has a minimal carbon footprint and helps reduce traffic congestion, and air and noise pollution. Baltimore is making strides to become a better town for cyclists. We are adding bike lanes and routes across the city and expanding our trail system. Additionally, we are installing more public bike racks throughout Baltimore to increase access to bike parking. Wish you many miles of safe rides around Baltimore!

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1. Always ride WITH traffic, never against traffic. 2. Obey all traffic signs and signals as cyclists have
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dangerous than riding in the road and ILLEGAL in Baltimore. The directive USE SIDEPATH indicated on the maps encourages sidewalk use as they are a minimum of 8’ wide and are safe alternatives to the adjacent roadway.

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Baltimore Bike Works Baynesville Bicycle Service Broadway Bicycle Joe’s Bike Shop Mt. Washington Joe’s Bike Shop Fells Point Light Street Cycles Performance Bicycle Shop Princeton Sports Race Pace Bicycles Twenty20 Cycling Co. Velocipede Bike Project
Par View all around kacross harbor and into bay View all around across water View all around from top floor of Baltimore World Trade Center View north & south from top of Belvedere Hotel View north from Federal Hill to downtown View northeast to downtown View south and west across harbor View south across city to downtown View southeast from Moorish tower to downtown View southeast from Pagoda to neighborhoods, industry and bay View southeast to downtown & bay bridge on clear day View west across St. Mary’s Cemetary to TV hill – good sunset spot View west from hill top to forest covered valley – no buildings in sight View of city and bay from Baltimore Cemetery View of harbor from Tide Point View of harbor from Silo Point patio

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• Separated from the road for bicyclists, walkers, runners, and in-line skaters (such as portions of Gywnns Falls Trail.) • All users keep to the right of the trail unless passing. Carroll Park • Yield to pedestrians and equestrians. • Slow down when trail traffic increases. • Warn others when passing with bell, horn or call out.

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www.more-mtb.org MORE is committed to environmentally sound and socially responsible mountain biking, facilitating recreational trail cycling, educating about the sport of mountain biking, maintaining local trails, and advocating for increased multi-user trail access.
DISCLAIMER: This map does not guarantee safe cycling conditions or reflect road conditions including pavement conditions, traffic volume, or speed. The user of this map is responsible for evaluating road and trail conditions in accordance with the cyclist’s riding ability. The Mayor and City Council of Baltimore do not assume responsibility or liability for any property damage or injury that may arise from use of this map.
Map Design by Victor Miranda; Graphic Design by Paula Simon, Highmeadow Design; Bus-Mounted Bike Rack graphic provided by Steve Spindler Cartography; Planning & Review by Toole Design Group

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trees as they are easily damaged.

9. Use a secure lock that is resistant to cutting.
Multiple small U-Locks are generally best. Cables, chains and pad locks are easily cut with bolt cutters.

Baltimore By Bike

Bikes on transit tips for loading and unloading Swann Park a bicycle using a Bus-mounted Bike rack:
MTA’s local bus fleet is equipped to carry two bicycles each, although there may be an occasion when a bus in service does not have a bicycle rack. The bicycle Middle Branch racks are very easy to use and designed for cyclists to load and unload themselves.
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4. Be considerate of other passengers and wait until
exiting and entering passengers have cleared the doorway before carrying the bicycle onto the transit vehicle.

EAST COAST GREENWAY
A 3000-mile route connecting 25 major cities for bicyclists, walkers, and other nonmotorized users, the ECG aims to be routed entirely on shared-use paths. As of early 2010, 24% of the route is on such paths, with the remainder on carefully-selected roadways. The East Coast Greenway Alliance is the nonprofit organization creating this trail system. Working with key-partners – local, state, and national organizations and agencies – local trails are being woven into this nationally-important network. Look for signs like this on on trails from Maine to Florida, marking segments of the ECG. The East Coast Greenway is signed through Baltimore along the Jones Falls Trail and Gwynns Falls Trail. Future ECG designation will continue with trail expansions.

10. Do not use a larger lock than necessary as the
extra space may by used as leverage by potential thieves.

5. Follow any instructions given by transit staff
regarding bicycle transport.

One of the best ways to know a city is to bike it! Seeing Baltimore from a “two-wheel perspective” helps the cyclist learn the unique neighborhoods, picturesque parks, active waterfront and many monumental landmarks. This map can help you do just that! Developed with the assistance of the Mayor’s Bicycle Advisory Committee and Bike Maryland, this map identifies existing bike facilities and routes commonly used by cyclists. Such routes focus on lower traffic volume areas and where enough roadway space exists for both cars and bikes. When navigating by bike, be mindful of potential urban hazards such as potholes, unsafe storm grates, old streetcar rails and unfriendly areas.

seCUrinG yoUr Bike
Bike theft in an urban setting is an unfortunate reality. While bicycle theft is not uncommon, it is preventable. Following these simple rules will help improve your bike’s security.

11. Follow the 3-point loCkinG rUle, lock the: 1 - Frame 2 - Front Wheel 3 - Back Wheel

6. In the event a bicycle or other property falls into
the McHenr y area Fort track Nat. Monument to NOT attempt of the Metro Subway system, DO retrieve it personally. Immediately, approach the Station Attendant for assistance. 1 and people with disabilities. However, seniors and people with disabilities have priority over bicycles. Hold onto the bicycle and keep it out of the way of other passengers.

How to uSE A BuS-MouNtED BIKE RACK
7. Raise the padded hook up and over the front tire
so the hook rests at the highest point on the front wheel. The hook adds lateral support for the loaded bicycle. handle and folding up the rack until it snaps into position.

1. Register your bicycle with the National Bike
Registry online and with the Baltimore Police Department. Police department registration forms are available at local bike retailers, libraries and police precincts.

secure front wheel and back wheel with section of frame to the rack. remove front wheel and secure to rack with rear wheel and frame.
12. Take any easily removable components with you;
such as seats, lights, computers/GPS, pumps or bags.

loading
1. To prepare your bike for loading prior to the
arrival of the bus, take off loose items, water bottles, chain locks, or any other dangling objects.

7. Place the bicycle in the area reserved for seniors

6. Step away from the bus toward the curb and wait
for the bus to pull away from the stop before safely beginning your bicycle journey.

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2. Mark your bikes with a unique identifier; Write/
inscribe your name under the seat, on the tire side of rims or on paper inside the handlebars.

2. Stay back as the bus approaches the stop and do
not allow your body or bicycle to extend past the curb area.

8. Board the bus, pay the fare and tell the operator
at which stop you will depart with your bicycle.

Inexpensive transportation Healthy alternative to driving/sitting in traffic Reduces traffic congestion No carbon footprint Shorter travel times in urban setting Interactive access with transit system (buses, light rail & Metro) It’s FUN!

9. Enjoy the ride!

Bikes on rail
Bicycles may be brought aboard the MTA’s Light Rail and Metro Subway trains operating in the Baltimore metropolitan area. When using these services be sure to:

Bike parkinG at the stadiUms
Biking to the ball games is a great way to avoid traffic jams and the often crowded Light Rail. There are several places to park your bike once you get there.

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3. Insure your bike against theft. Bikes may be
included with homeowners or renters insurance.

3. Alert the operator that you will place a bicycle on
the rack, and then go to the front of the bus to load the bicycle from the curb side. Please do not step into oncoming traffic to load your bike.

Unloading
1. Don’t forget your bicycle is loaded on the bus! 2. Exit from the front door and remind the operator
you have a bike to take off the rack.

4. Store bicycles inside when possible. Place bikes
out of sight from prying eyes and consider locking up. You can never be too careful!

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5. When riding, never leave a bicycle unlocked and
unattended even if it’s “just for a minute.”

13. Using locking hubs on both wheels will improve
but not guarantee security.

6. Park bicycles in a well-lighted area where it can be
seen from inside buildings.

14. Never leave your bike locked in a public location
for an extended period of time, especially overnight. Avoid using the same locking location on a daily basis.

If the rack is in the upright position, using one hand squeeze the handle to carefully lower the bicycle rack while holding your bike with the other hand. closest to the bus. If it is the second bicycle on the rack it should face in the opposite direction of the first bicycle.

1. Push or carry the bicycle when on the elevator,
inside the station, on the platform or in the train.

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A bike rack is located outside Gate C near the guard post. (Security officials are not responsible for damage to or loss of bicycles.)

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3. Raise the padded hook off the tire by pulling
up and away, and lower it around the tire to its original position on the rack.

2. If the train is crowded due to morning or
afternoon rush hour, sporting events or special events, please wait for the next train.

5. Lift the bicycle, fitting wheels into the labeled slot

4. Lift your bike off the rack. 5. If there are no other bicycles on the rack, return
the rack to the upright position by squeezing the

3. Stay a safe distance from the loading platform
edge at all times before boarding trains.

oriole park at Camden yards
1. Camden Line MARC station 2. Eutaw Street Entrance Northside (adjacent to
Will Call window)

7. Use a bike rack whenever possible. Parking bikes
together improves security for all.

8. If bike racks are not available, lock to a fixture
firmly secured to the ground. Avoid locking to

15. If your bike is stolen, report theft to police
immediately and remove any bicycle parts left behind.

6. The front tire should be in the wheel slot with the
padded hook.

for current information about bikes on transit, visit: www.mta.maryland.gov

3. Eutaw Street Entrance Southside

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