• More economic prosperity
  • more small businesses would flourish
  • More walking, socializing and community strength
  • less crime
  • makes being out and about more pleasant without worrying about being run over by cars on storefront sidewalks
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Jonathan Brier 6 months ago

I agree with the need for Baltimore to have walkable areas. Between 41st and the Braxton intersection nearest Crittenden there is no obvious safe route to connect the Northwest Branch Trail to downtown Hyattsville.

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Jonathon Coleman at January 10, 2019 at 7:04am EST

Yes! Every time I walk in Baltimore Ave. I fear for my life. Hope this has been addressed already. C'mon, it's 2019!

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Richard Selby at January 11, 2019 at 11:58pm EST

Streets must be friendly zoned for the pedestrians, I really appreciates this post as it is caring and showing the care doe the people those who walk around the streets without any vehicles and here is esy to browse high quality mymathgenius for good work. We must care about others. This writer must be awarded.

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