Category Archives: Infrastructure
Can You Kick the Car for a Day? Read Jon Korin’s May, 2018 op ed in the Capital HERE Transportation Should Be About Choice Read jon Korin’s December 2017 op ed in the Capital HERE Biking Benefits The Whole Community Read … Continue reading
There is BY FAR more trail construction, design and planning underway than ever in the history of Anne Arundel County! BikeAAA works with the Anne Arundel County Bicycle Advisory Commission and other County and … Continue reading
Bike parking provide safe places to lock up a bike and let the public know that “Bikes are welcome and expected here!” Through a variety of sources, more bike racks are coming to Anne Arundel County and the … Continue reading
BikeAAA has worked with City of Annapolis and County staff providing input on locations and rollout for the area’s first bikeshare program. The initial program will have 50 bikes and 10 stations mainly in the greater downtown Annapolis area. … Continue reading
Jon Korin’s Op-Ed about Anne Arundel County transportation planning in the Dec. 6, 2017 Capital.
Read the story and see the photos in the May 5, 2017 Capital Gazette Entertainment Cover Story!
BikeAAA’s partner Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails acknowledged BikeAAA, the county Bike COmmission and DPW traffic engineer Nestor Flores for proving new Bike Lane markings and signs on Boulter’s Way at the south end of the B&A Trail. Click to … Continue reading
Check out the new public bike repair stand and air pump in memory of Rob Stearns, a Severna Park cyclist who loved to ride the B&A Trail. We are grateful to Rob’s family and friends and proud to dedicate this … Continue reading
Maryland SHA is holding a public meeting to discuss plans for improvements including bike/ped infrastructure to Rt. 648 between Rts 2 and 10 in Glen Burnie. There will be a task force created to provide input to the project. … Continue reading
BikeAAA convened a gathering for the inaugural ride of the new Grand History Trail, a 250 mile route that includes York, Gettysburg, Frederick, Washington, Annapolis & Baltimore. MD Senate President Mike Miller and Speaker Mike Busch each stopped by to … Continue reading