The Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan (PDF) is an important part of helping to make Harford County a truly multimodal community; one that promotes and supports increased bicycle and pedestrian activity. It is also an important step in helping Harford County become a healthier community.
A Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee consisting of representatives from various government agencies and departments as well as bicycle and pedestrian advocates helped to develop the plan. The Advisory Committee met periodically throughout 2012. The Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Bill 13-13, was approved by the Harford County Council on April 2, 2013.
Walking & Bicycling in Harford
Are you interested in learning about biking and walking opportunities in the county? Or what the bicycle laws are in the State of Maryland? Maybe you are looking for a way to teach your child about bicycle and pedestrian safety? Residents in Harford County enjoy biking and walking for fitness, leisure and as a mode of transportation. The “Walking and Bicycling in Harford” Bicycle and Pedestrian webpage will be your resource for everything related to biking and walking.
The MD 924 Multimodal Corridor Study is a comprehensive transportation analysis designed to provide congestion relief, safety and to create a livable street for all users.