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Bicycling & Walking Homepage

 Welcome! This website serves as a 'warehouse' or 'jumping-off point' for all things related to Bike & Pedestrian information that is administered in some capacity by the State of Maryland's Department of Transportation (MDOT). We encourage you to explore the various ways in which MDOT is helping to administer and disseminate information for biking & walking throughout our state. 

What's New? What's currently got our attention?

Maryland Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan 2019 Update

  • UPCOMING PUBLIC MEETING! On Thursday, June 7th from 6-8PM, we are hosting our second public meeting at the Prince George's County Sports and Learning Complex at 8001 Sheriff Road, Landover, MD 20785 (Visit the MD Bicycle Pedestrian Master Plan 2019 Update page for more info). 

Bike/Walk Funding Programs
Programs and Application Due Dates:

Bike to Work Day!

Bike to Work Day for the Baltimore Region is postponed.

Due to the enormous amount of rain that has fallen over the last several days and the forecast of more rain for Friday - Baltimore Region's Bike to Work Day activities have been rescheduled for Friday, June 1.  For more information, please visit:

As for the Washington DC area – Bike to Work Day is a “Rain or Shine” event; however, individual pit stop managers are free to use discretion in rescheduling the event and registered attendees will be notified.  For more information, visit:

Plans & Resources
Maps, plans, design guidelines, laws, safety information, accessibility policies, data, and other information about bicycling and walking in Maryland.
MDOT administers several competitive grant and special fund programs, in addition to providing technical support to support transportation alternatives that facilitate access to everyday needs, support local economies, and enhance quality of life.
Maryland Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (MBPAC)
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.
MDOT works with many Maryland State agencies to offer a variety of programs that support sustainable and healthy lifestyles in Maryland.

 MDOT is an organization comprised of five business units and one Authority, which work together to support biking and walking in Maryland. This unique approach provides the state’s leadership with the ability to develop a coordinated and balanced approach to transportation. We encourage you to explore the Bicycle & Pedestrian resources below under each of the respective MDOT Transportation Business Units. 

MDOT Transportation Business Units (TBUs)

The Secretary's Office (TSO)

State Highway Administration (SHA)

Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA)

Maryland Transit Administration (MTA)

Maryland Aviation Administration (MAA)