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Baltimore Cycling News: November 6, 2012 Election Edition

More than 40 people, including staff from the Maryland Department of Transportation, the State Highway Administration and Motor Vehicle Administration — as well as planners and citizen bicycle advocates from a number of Maryland counties — turned out for a bike community meeting Tuesday night at MDOT headquarters in Hanover.

One reason for the meeting was an opportunity to introduce Darrell B. Mobley, MDOT’s still-new acting secretary, to the transportation, bicycle and pedestrian community…

The first occurred when a 19-year-old man who said he was riding his bicycle in the 4800 block of Roland Ave. on the way home from the grocery store when he was approached from behind by a vehicle, which struck him and caused him to fall. Two suspects put him in their vehicle, robbed him of his belongings and let him go…

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