A cyclist was hospitalized after crashing into another cyclist during a group ride in Anne Arundel County.
A new push to make roads safer for Marylanders, whether they’re driving, walking or biking. Highway safety officials are trying to stop a scary spike in pedestrian deaths.
It’s a common killer in the United States, and the fight to conquer cancer this year is rolling with a two-day cycling event around the nation’s capital.
Anne Arundel County Police are looking for the person who hit two women riding bicycles and then took off. One is in critical condition fighting for her life. The second, who is still recovering from her wounds, is speaking out.
Anne Arundel County Police still need help in finding the driver who hit cyclists Lynn Kristianson and Maile Neel and fled the scene.
Twenty six cyclists are pedaling their way to Washington, D.C. all in honor of the 26 children and adults killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
The D.C. Department of Transportation says bike ridership is up in Washington.
Spending millions to make biking in Maryland more safe. More than $3 million in grant money is awarded for various projects around the state.
Police get a break in one case that landed a bicyclist in the hospital. But cyclists say the dangerous conditions they face need to be addressed.
About three times every day in the District, someone walking on a city street gets hit by a vehicle and an ambulance races to the scene. This year, four of those people have died.