Where Resiliency, Social and
Mobile Equity Meet the Road
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    Up Close and Personal

    Streetscape design needs to be personal. It needs to be user-friendly and easy to navigate. The streetscape is the ground upon which we walk, bike, scoot, drive, or ride, and all of these modes of mobility must work in synchronicity, without fault or conflict. We sit on benches, park bikes at bike racks or docking stations, maneuver along accessible paths and ramps, and migrate from street to storefront, park, or home.

    Balance, Resiliency and Social Equity

    Given the right opportunities, our streetscapes have the power to bring resiliency and social equity to our communities by balancing the needs and making multiple modes of transportation and mobility options available to a wide range of users. Streets now need to function as a web of mobility and no longer simply a needle and thread to get from point A to point B.

    Healthy Streets

    A well-designed street will provide increased pedestrian walkability and activity at all hours and can be done so while increasing environmental benefits.  Addressing stormwater runoff by adding rain gardens or bioretention planters not only soften and beautify the street but also function to remove contaminants from stormwater.  Street trees, while often not a requirement, provide shade, reduce temperatures from urban heat island, and provide an architectural definition of space, all while taking up to 48 pounds of CO2 (per tree) every year, helping to clear the air that we breath.

    Access 2000 Bicycle & Pedestrian Study

    Aberdeen Proving Ground 20th CBRNE Command Headquarters
    Aberdeen, Maryland

    Allen Street Promenade
    State College, Pennsylvania

    Annapolis Main Street
    Annapolis, Maryland

    Arboretum Bridge & Trail Kenilworth Park
    Washington D.C.

    Arliss Street
    Silver Spring, Maryland

    Connectivity Study
    Baltimore, Maryland

    Ethan Allen Gateway Streetscape
    Takoma Park, Maryland

    Fenton Village Pedestrian Linkages Phases 1-4
    Silver Spring, Maryland

    Forest Glen Pedestrian Path & Bridge
    Montgomery County, Maryland

    Frederick Square Corner
    Frederick, Maryland

    Hagerstown Art District and Trail
    Hagerstown, Maryland

    Neighborhood Conservation Projects- Statewide

    North Avenue Rising
    Baltimore, Maryland

    Oakland Mills Streetscape
    Columbia, Maryland

    Rodney Square Final Design
    Wilmington, Delaware

    Savage Area Complete Streets
    Savage, Maryland

    Woodrow Wilson Bridge Rosalie Island Deckover and I-95/MD 495 interchange
    Washington D.C.