Marshall D. Edwards; Steven H. Friedman. Terms expire 2022.
Sgt. Laura A. Beck; Eli Glazier; Steven G. Green; Pierre M. Stewart; John Z. Wetmore; one vacancy. Terms expire 2023.
Magtanggol Delrosario; Andrew D. Mengel; Gabriel D. Rose; James G. Titus; Antoine R. J. Wright. Terms expire 2024.
Kristi G. Pier; Nigel Samaroo; Marian S. Vessels; one vacancy. Terms expire 2025.
Matthew Hendrickson; Brooks Phelps; Patricia M. Stevens. Terms expire 2026.
Staff: Martha G. Baker, Ph.D., Deputy Director, Bicycle & Pedestrian Access
Nate Evans, Transportation Planner
Harry R. Hughes Department of Transportation Building, 7201 Corporate Center Drive, Hanover, Maryland, May 2009. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
In December 1991, origins of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee began when the General Assembly authorized the Bicycle Advisory Committee (Chapter 624, Acts of 1991). In July 2000, the Committee was renamed the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (Chapter 670, Acts of 2000).
The Committee advises State government agencies on funding bicycle-related and pedestrian safety programs, public education and awareness of bicycling activities and safety, and other bicycling and pedestrian matters (Code Transportation Article, sec. 2-606).
Presently, the Committee has four subcommittees: Pedestrian, Legislative, Disability and Eastern Shore.
Appointed by the Governor, the Committee consists of up to twenty-two members (Chapter 443, Acts of 2009). Eight represent executive departments, one is from the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, and the remaining members are citizens representing geographical areas of the State.
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