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Walk This Way to Play Pedestrian Bingo

I Walk Rockville

Celebrate Walktober this month in Rockville by experiencing our city on foot and transit while playing bingo.

Walktober presents a wonderful opportunity to walk while the weather is still warm. Pedestrian Bingo, sponsored by the Rockville Pedestrian Advocacy Committee, provides a way to experience the city just as people who regularly walk Rockville do.

Find a Pedestrian Bingo card on RPAC’s webpage at Once you do, use your feet to hit the city’s streets, completing activities such as walking to a city park, taking transit or searching for a neighborhood that’s missing a sidewalk.

Once you call “Bingo!” after completing the activities in each square, bring your card to City Hall or contact pedestrian and bicycle coordination Bryan Barnett-Woods at to get an “I Walk Rockville” button.

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