BICYCLE ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Vacancy, Chair (chosen by Governor)

Appointed by Governor: Patricia Bernstein; Paul W. Daisey, Jr.; Erich M. Daub; Julie P. Heizer; William J. Kelly; Donald L. LaFond; Robert B. Moore; Harvey J. Muller; James L. Phillips; Carl P. Rebele; William J. Siwak, Jr.,; David C. Taylor; Lt. Charles D. Tyler.

Harvey J. Muller, Bicycle & Pedestrian Coordinator

c/o State Highway Administration
707 North Calvert St., Room 512
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 545-5656
1-800-252-8776 (toll free, hotline recording)
e-mail: 103146.1715@compuserve.com

In Maryland, bicycles became a concern of the General Assembly in the first year of this century. 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 was 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. 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.

Appointed by the Governor, the Committee has thirteen members (Code Transportation Article, sec. 21-1213).

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