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San Martin Drive

San Martin Drive is a scenic tree-lined road that winds around the back of the university’s Homewood campus in north Baltimore. Lacking complete pedestrian facilities, JHU is embarking on a donor-funded project to add missing pedestrian paths, including a 345' bridge. In addition, pedestrian lighting will be added, existing sidewalks and paths will be improved and new campus entrances will be built at the intersections of San Martin Drive & University Parkway and Remington Avenue & Wyman Park Drive.

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Key Features

  • Continuous pedestrian path
  • Wider walking areas free of obstructions
  • Improved lighting
  • New sidewalks
  • Pedestrian bridge linking Olin Hall to new sidewalk south of San Martin Center (shown above)
  • Narrower vehicular travel lanes
  • Improved crosswalks
  • Extended campus-standard brick walkways
  • Enhanced rain garden
  • New northwest gateway at University Parkway & San Martin Drive:

  • New southwest gateway at Remington Avenue & Wyman Park Drive:

Expected Completion

May 2017

Facts and Figures

  • Two brick gateways
  • 305' pedestrian bridge
  • Additional pedestrian paths
  • Four intersection improvements
  • 15 month project schedule
  • All JHU parking remains accessible

Project Team

  • Civil Engineer:  RK&K
  • Landscape Consultants: Ayers Saint Gross
  • Construction Manager:  Whiting Turner
  • JHU Client Representative: Greg Smith 
  • JHU Project Manager:  Mike Loester

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Contacts

General Questions and Concerns

Michael Loester
Senior Project Manager
443.997.4457
loester@jhu.edu

Greg Smith
Director of Transportation Services
443.997.8371
gregsmith@jhu.edu

Accessibility and ADA Compliance

Office of Institutional Equity
410.516.8949, TTY 711, MD Relay
oiedisability@jhu.edu

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