Sagamore Development, a private real estate firm owned by billionaire Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank, has proposed a plan to redevelop Port Covington, a mostly industrial waterfront area in South Baltimore.
The bike plan element will encircle the area in shared-use paths, add protected bike lanes and other paths for connections and include something called "sidewalk streets". The last doesn't sound like much to me, but the rest is good. It would also add a bike/ped path to the railroad bridge across the West Branch to Westport, where it could connect to the Gwynn Falls Trail.
It looks pretty good. The bridge is a swing span, so I wonder how they'll manage that.
Speaking of Baltimore, here's a photo of the new protected bike lanes in downtown. This is Cathedral St & Eager St, Baltimore, MD.
Photo courtesy of M.V. Jantzen