Category Archives: Legislation

Bike related legislative action in Maryland

County FY16 Budget Must Include Safe, Interconnected Bike Routes

County Executive Steve Schuh has made safe, interconnected bike routes a vital part of his vision for the county and his FY16 Budget.   An interconnected bicycle network is important not only for recreation, it is vital to developing a … Continue reading

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BikeAAA Supports Strengthening the 3 Foot Pass Law

There is proposed legislation to strengthen the existing 3 foot passing law by 1) adding passing “at safe speed” and 2) eliminating an exception for narrow roads which nearly nullifies the current law.      Along with BikeMD and other Maryland advocates, I … Continue reading

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BikeAAA Briefing to AA Cty State Delegation

On Dec. 4, 2014 BikeAAA along with many other county non-profits gave 5 minute briefings to the  Anne Arundel County  state delegates and senators.    The enclosed 2-page paper was developed in coordination with BikeMD who is providing leadership and coordination … Continue reading

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BikeAAA Supports County Council Adoption of Complete Streets Policy

On October 20, 2014, the Anne Arundel County Council passed Resolution 45-14 adopting the Complete Streets Policy produced by the Complete Streets Working Group launched earlier this year.     BikeAAA vice president Alex Pline serves on the group following his previous leadership … Continue reading

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Testimony to County Council on Complete Streets

BikeAAA Complete Streets On February 18, 2014 BikeAAA Board Members Christina Pompa and Alex Pline testified in support of a resolution supporting a Complete Streets policy. Lisa Pline also testified and BikeAAA member Steve Miller attended. Written testimony submitted by … Continue reading

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BikeAAA Bike Safety testimony to MD House Environmental Matters Committee, Jan. 28, 2014

Click here to see the written testimony

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