This is the word we have from MDOT so far on trying to install a trail on the public utility Right of Way near the Riggs Road crossing. A bonus, however, I have added your request for a trail across … Continue reading
Sept. 12, 2011 The SHA follows procedures outlined in the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) to determine when and where traffic control devices should be installed. A study of the existing bicycle accommodations at the MD 193/Campus Drive … Continue reading
The foundations are in for a new bridge across Paint Branch creek.
From our bikeUMD facebook page: Mathias Frisch Sadly I can report that the intersection at Riggs now does have its first bike accident: I got hit by a car today in the turn lane onto Drexel, after having had to navigate … Continue reading
This proposal was submitted by : Andrew Stershic University of Maryland, Class of 2011 Civil Engineering & Economics to bikeUMD. BikeUMD -A Fair Solution for Campus Cyclists The University of Maryland recently a bronze award for being bicycle-friendly. In order to improve … Continue reading
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WHAT: An educational bike fair to support biking for transportation and wellness at the University of Maryland WHEN:Wednesday April 6th 11 am to 3 pm. WHO: All members of the University of Maryland community. Information about Sharing the Road with … Continue reading
One of the good reasons to consider the occasional bicycle commute to campus is that we are surrounded by a beautiful trail system that you can take for big portions of your commute. In the case of Sligo Creek parkway the … Continue reading
During the Share the Road campaign we are running a “bike bus” to key locations nears campus. Come with us as we ride to: Lake Artemesia on the 5th, Take a ride for wellness. Don’t you ever want to take … Continue reading
Safe Routes to school is a great program that focuses on making commutes to k-12 schools nationawide more bikeable. The press release I have pasted below is related to the State of Maryland specifically. Please read it. It is short … Continue reading