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Maryland Code, Land Use § 3-105

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(a) The transportation element may include all types of:

(1) airways;

(2) highways or streets;

(3) railways;

(4) waterways;

(5) routings for mass transit;  and

(6) terminals for individuals, goods, and vehicles related to airways, highways, railways, and waterways.

(b) The transportation element shall:

(1) propose, on a schedule that extends as far into the future as is reasonable, the most appropriate and desirable patterns for:

(i) the general location, character, and extent of channels, routes, and terminals for transportation facilities;  and

(ii) the circulation of individuals and goods;

(2) provide for bicycle and pedestrian access and travelways;  and

(3) include an estimate of the use of any proposed improvement.

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