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2003 Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan

Table of Contents

Section 1: Executive Summary Icon: PDF

Bicycling and Walking Benefits
Summary of Recommendation

Section 2: Introduction Icon: PDF

Study Purpose
Plan Relationships
Existing Conditions

Section 3: Action Plan Icon: PDF


Section 4: Prioritized Network Plan Icon: PDF

Analysis Process
Overview of the Network Plan
Network Recommendations
Route Network

Section 5: Conceptual Corridor Plan Icon: PDF

Potential Bicycle Improvements
Potential Pedestrian Improvements
Network Recommendations

Section 6: Policies and Procedures Icon: PDF

Recommendations for Existing Planning Document
Zoning Ordinance, Subdivision Regulations and the Design Manual Overview
Project Design and Review
Capital Budget and Program

Section 7: Education and Safety Programs Icon: PDF

Recommended Actions
Existing AACo Safety and Education Resources
Existing Maryland State Safety and Education Resources

Section 8: Funding Recommendation Icon: PDF

Funding Actions
Compendium of Funding Sources and Strategies

Appendix A: Corridor Plans

Davidsonville Road Icon: PDF (MD 424) - Crofton
Shadyside Road Icon: PDF - Shadyside
Laurel/Ft. Meade Rd Icon: PDF (MD 198) - Laurel/Maryland City
Roscoe Rowe Blvd. Icon: PDF - Annapolis
Mountain Road  Icon: PDF (MD 177) - Lake Shore
Intersection of Waugh Chapel Rd and MD 3 Icon: PDF - Gambrills
Fort Smallwood Road Intersection Icon: PDF - Riviera Beach

Appendix B: Bicycle Level of Service Definitions Icon: PDF
Appendix C: Sample Bicycle Parking Ordinance Icon: PDF
Appendix D: Bicycle and Pedestrian Facility Maintenance Icon: PDF


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