The new campaign aims to have a larger scope, focusing on pedestrian and micromobility safety, data collection and other priorities.
The department instead plans to continue evaluating the feasibility of bike lanes on campus before applying to the Student Facilities Fund.
On the tours, DOTS requires participants to wear a helmet and travel on roads and trails around campus to avoid sidewalks.
Students are frustrated by this university’s failure to address persistent complaints about micromobility infrastructure on campus.
Expanding toll lanes on Maryland’s highways is dangerous and counterproductive
Under the proposed budget, the county is expected to invest more than $41 million in pedestrian safety.
Nearly two years ago, County Executive Angela Alsobrooks launched Vision Zero Prince George’s.