The SGA will continue to oppose the development until the university addresses the concerns.
The routes are made with different plastic shapes of different colors.
The current bill has the SGA opposing the development project.
The bill will be voted on at next week's meeting.
The march demanded that a pathway to citizenship remain in the $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation package.
The bills focus on sexual assault awareness, mental health first aid training and a social media push on free emergency contraceptives.
About 50 people, including students, administrators and University Police, attended the walk and made recommendations to address possible safety hazards.
The walk welcomes all students, administrators and other university affiliated members.
The National Quantum Lab at Maryland will be located in the city's Discovery District.