The City of Rockville is committed to continuing to promote and encourage bicycling for all residents of Rockville through education, infrastructure, and outreach. There are 34.6 miles of shared-use paths, 3.9 miles of bike lanes, and 2.9 miles of roads with sharrows within Rockville, and we strive to create a safe, well-connected network for bicycling in the city.
The Rockville Bikeway Master Plan is a component of the City’s Comprehensive Master Plan and provides a vision for a safe and efficient multimodal transportation system within Rockville. The Plan is intended to be used by City staff, elected officials, and residents as a guide for improving bicycle infrastructure and programs over the next ten years.
Registering your bike with the Rockville City Police Department makes it more likely that it could be recovered should it be lost or stolen. Once registered, bike owners are given a small sticker to attach the bike frame.
Bicycle Friendly Community, Bronze Award
Rockville was recognized as a Bicycle Friendly Community at the Bronze level by the League of American Bicyclists in 2016. This award shows how far bicycling has come in Rockville as a sustainable, healthy, and equitable mode of transportation and recreation.