october, 2017

14oct3:00 pm- 4:30 pmMondawmin CrossingsPedestrian Safety Walking Tours


Event Details

Pedestrian Safety Walking Tours

Greater Mondawmin is a collection of strong neighborhoods in West Baltimore sharing an array of educational, recreational, and shopping opportunities. Unfortunately, many residents are unable to safely walk or bike to our local amenities due to the dangerous highway-like streets that ring Druid Hill Park and Mondawmin Mall. Mondawmin Crossings will be an interactive walking tour celebrating our neighborhood history and exploring opportunities for improving pedestrian safety and connectivity between Druid Hill Park and Mondawmin Mall.

Mondawmin Crossings Pedestrian Safety Walking Tour

Saturday, October 14, 2017, 3-4:30pm

Meet at the entrance to Druid Hill Park at Auchentoroly Ter & Liberty Heights Ave,
Across from the synagogue
 at 2001 Liberty Heights Ave, Baltimore, MD 21217

Led by local public artist Graham Coreil-Allen in collaboration with community leaders and stakeholders, Mondawmin Crossings will explore the history of development, existing streetscape conditions, and planned improvements along Liberty Heights Avenue and Reisterstown Road. Residents and stakeholders are invited to talk about their work in the community impacting pedestrian safety. The tour will be an opportunity for all participants to talk about the places and issues they consider meaningful. Comments from the tour will be shared with the companies, organizations, and city agencies that are helping to shape the bright future of Greater Mondawmin.

We are looking for community speakers!

To speak on a Mondawmin Crossings tour, please contact local public artist Graham Coreil-Allen at [email protected].

Baltimore Greenway Trails Network

Mondawmin Crossings is supported by Rails-to-Trails ConservancyBikemore, and the American Planning Association’s’ Plan4Health project. The events are produced in partnership with Greater Mondawmin Coordinating Council, Connexions School for the Arts, Mondawmin Mall, and Parks & People.

#BmoreTrails #Plan4Health


About the artist/organizer: Graham Coreil-Allen is a Baltimore-based public artist and organizer working to make cities more inclusive and livable through public art, walking tours, and civic engagement. Coreil-Allen received his MFA from Maryland Institute College of Art and has created projects for numerous spaces, places and events, including Artscape, Transmodern Festival, Current Space, and Baltimore City. The artist lives in Mondawmin and currently serves as the Auchentoroly Terrace Association Social Media Specialist.


(Saturday) 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm


entrance to Druid Hill Park at Auchentoroly Ter & Liberty Heights Ave