October 25, 2011 – Segment 2

How can Red Line construction proceed without disrupting Baltimore communities?  This year's Urbanite Project hoped to answer that question by offering a $10,000 prize for the best community-oriented addition to construction sites.  The winner, London-based architect <a href="http://www.michael-jack.com/" target="_blan

How can Red Line construction proceed without disrupting Baltimore communities?  This year’s Urbanite Project hoped to answer that question by offering a $10,000 prize for the best community-oriented addition to construction sites.  The winner, London-based architect Michael Jack, proposed a photo project that pairs communities from across the Red Line, emphasizing the connections that the line will create.
Joining us to discuss the projects are:
Michael Jack, independent architect and winner of the 2011 Urbanite Project
Tracy Ward, Publisher of Urbanite Baltimore
Henry Kay, Executive Director for Transit Development at the MTA

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