Maryland - Rules of The Road 3

21-1212 Copies of summaries of laws and regulations

The Administration shall publish copies or summaries of the regulations and laws of this State that regulate the operation of bicycles and make them available, on request and without cost to every dealer engaged in the retail sale of bicycles in this State. These dealers shall provide a copy to each person who buys a bicycle.

Subtitle 14. Operation of Vehicles on Certain Toll Facilities

21-1401 Definitions

  1. In general. – In this subsection the following words have the meanings indicated.

  2. Approach – “Approach” means any roadway, overhead structure, ramp, bridge, causeway, entrance, and exit provided as a means of access to or departure from a vehicular crossing.

  3. Bridge – “Bridge” means any bridge within the jurisdiction of the Maryland Transportation Authority.

  4. Tunnel – “Tunnel” means:

    1. The Baltimore Harbor Tunnel; and

    2. Any other tunnel within the jurisdiction of the Maryland Transportation Authority.

  5. Vehicular crossing – “Vehicular crossing” means:

    1. Each tunnel and bridge within the jurisdiction of the Maryland Transportation Authority; and

    2. Each approach to these tunnels or bridges.

21-1405 Pedestrians and bicycles prohibited.

  1. Pedestrians – Pedestrians may not use any vehicular crossing [as defined under subsection 21-1401].

  2. Bicycles – Bicycles may not use any vehicular crossing [as defined under subsection 21-1401].

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