The Access Project for Druid Hill Park campaign is powered by a diverse, growing group of local stakeholders and partners including residents, community organizations, city agencies, non-profits, and design groups. In 2017, 7th District Councilman Leon F. Pinkett III convened the Druid Hill Park Stakeholders group, including the New Auchentoroly Terrace Association, the Reservoir Hill Improvement Council, Bikemore, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, Parks & People, and several city agencies. We are leveraging complete streets best-practices to counteract years of urban planning that prioritize cars over the public health and economic opportunity of residents. In February 2018 DOT agreed to conduct a major transportation study to address our communities’ concerns. Starting in 2019 Baltimore City DOT will be launching the Druid Park Lake Drive Complete Street design effort. During the study residents will have the opportunity to shape a public vision for converting the dangerous highways around Druid Hill Park into complete streets safe and accessible for all.