WABA has a recap of the Maryland General Assembly successes for cylists.
- A bill to make bicycling on sidewalks legal unless the locality prohibits it did not get out of committee
- Delegate Maggie McIntosh (D-Baltimore) decided not to push the helmet law she proposed once she heard from advocates opposing it.
- As a result of the increase in the gas tax, the state will be able to proceed with its Capital Transportation Plan, which allocates about 7 percent of the funding to bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure.
- The Safe Passing Bill championed by Bike Maryland failed
The Maryland Court of Appeals is considering a case that could, if successful, repeal the doctrine of contributory negligence.