Maryland Department of Transportation Statewide Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan
The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) is updating the 2019 Bicycle and Pedestrian Statewide Master Plan. MDOT’s vision is to produce a concise, data driven bicycle, pedestrian and micromobility master plan to update policies and provide infrastructure recommendations to increase mode shift and improve safety. The Plan will highlight accomplishments since the last plan was adopted while recommending initiatives to be taken over the next 5 years with considerations towards:
Updating and strengthening MDOT’s bicycle, micromobility and pedestrian policies, practices and tools.
Identify gaps on Maryland’s Low Stress networks of shared use paths, protected bikeways and sidewalks.
Recommend infrastructure that support MDOT's mission to improve walking, biking & rolling.
Develop an implementation plan to guide infrastructure investments & policy changes.
The Plan kicked off in January 2023 and is expected to be completed by the end of 2023. Updates regarding the Plan deliverables and advertisements for public meetings will be posted on this website.
Use the interactive map below to interact with the Plan data and analysis completed to-date. The map below displays a statewide inventory of Bicycle Level of Traffic Stress (LTS), recently compiled by MDOT.
Join an Upcoming Meeting!
Join a virtual public meeting on April 13th!
Visit us at Howard County's Greenfest on April 15th! Come learn about the Plan, give us your ideas and join in walking audits.
Take Our Survey!
We want to hear about your experiences walking and biking in Maryland! Take our online survey to tell us about your biking and walking preferences and your ideas to improve biking and walking in the State. The survey results will help inform developing recommendations for the Plan later this Summer. Click the button below to get started.
We want your ideas to improve walking and biking in Maryland! Use the below comment map to let us know where there are challenges and opportunities for biking and walking. These suggestions will be used to prepare recommendations in conjunction with the areas of need identified in the development of the MDOT SHA Pedestrian Safety Action Plan. Click the button below to get started.
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Visit the below websites for more information on MDOT’s programs and initiatives to improve biking, walking and rolling!