Maryland’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Plans and Programs 

Shifting mode choice towards transit and active transportation, and shortening automobile trips and increasing carpooling, are critical components to building efficient, equitable, and sustainable cities, and is also essential to accommodating Maryland’s changing demographic composition. For more information on MDOT planning and programming efforts, please contact the Office of Planning and Capital Programming (OPCP).

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News & Upcoming Events

  • Applications to the Kim Lamphier Bikeways Network Program will be accepted between May 1st and June 1st, 2023. Eligible applicants are encouraged to apply for the planning, design or construction of bicycle transportation infrastructure. Visit the Bikeways website for more information.
  • The quarterly meeting of the Maryland Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee will be held Friday, Friday, April 28, 2023 at 9 am. Join the MBPAC Teams Meeting ID: 270 813 590 003 Code: YkanDd or join by phone 443-409-5228, ID: 817 995 119# and visit the MBPAC website for more information.
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Advisory Committee

The Maryland Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (MBPAC) advises State government agencies on issues directly related to bicycling and pedestrian activity including funding, public awareness, safety and education.

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Bike & Walk Program

The Maryland Department of Transportation administers several grant and special fund programs for biking & pedestrian programs. These programs support local economies and enhance quality of life through biking and walking. In addition, the Department provides technical assistance to help local jurisdictions with feasible projects.

Kim Lamphier Bikeways Network Program

Sidewalk Reconstruction for Pedestrian Access (Fund 33)

New Sidewalk Construction for Pedestrian Access (Fund 79)

Retrofit (Fund 88)

Transportation Alternatives Program

Recreational Trails Program


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