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Figure 1: Bike Trips on Custis Trail

Figure 1 shows the popularity of the Custis Trail, an off-street, paved multi use pathway which runs east-west across Arlington paralleling I-66. Over 44,000 bike trips in June of 2010, with peak days close to 2,000 bike trips. Imagine if all those trips were added as vehicle trips to I66 and the other already congested roads. Biking is making a difference!

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Arlington has more than 113 miles of multi-use trails, bike lanes, and bike routes.

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