The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) created a 20-Year Bicycle and Pedestrian Access Master Plan to guide future transportation projects in the state. The Plan is a direct result of Maryland House Bill 1147, which identified specific actions that will improve bicycle and pedestrian facilities for the citizens of the State. Landis Evans + Partners, formerly Sprinkle Consulting, helped administer and perform data collection and analysis in Phase II of this Plan. The effort includes coordinating an inventory of existing conditions on state-owned roadways, generating Pedestrian and Bicycle Level of Service maps, and presenting data and gathering public input at six MDOT district offices. This work will help MDOT prioritize roadways and corridors for bicyclist and pedestrian improvements through the Master Plan.