BICYCLE ADVISORY COMMITTEE

William J. Kelly, Chair (chosen by Governor)

Appointed by Governor: Lori Dimeter; Sgt. David Jones; Donald L. LaFond; Michael L. Levengood; M. Randolph Mardres, Jr.; Matthew R. Miller; Robert B. Moore; Harvey J. Muller; James L. Phillips; Carl P. Rebele; William J. Siwak, Jr.; David C. Taylor.

Harvey J. Muller, Bicycle & Pedestrian Coordinator

c/o State Highway Administration
707 North Calvert St., Room 502
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 545-5656
1-800-252-8776 (toll free, hotline recording)
e-mail: hmuller@sha.state.md.us
fax: (410) 209-5025

In Maryland, bicycles became a concern of the General Assembly a century ago. At that time, the Board of Sidepath Commissioners was authorized to build sidepaths along country roads for the use of bicycles (Chapter 658, Acts of 1900).

The present-day Bicycle Advisory Committee formed in December 1991 (Chapter 624, Acts of 1991). The Committee advises State government agencies on funding bicycle-related programs, public education and awareness of bicycling activities and safety, and other bicycling issues (Code Transportation Article, sec. 21-1213). Presently, the Committee has six subcommittees which consider safety and education; law and enforcement; commuting; trail issues; promotion and economic development; and legislative affairs and funding.

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