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Custis Trail 'bikeometer' passes 200,000 trips
The bicycle counter on the Custis Trail in Rosslyn passed 200,000 trips earlier this month, a milestone for the first device of its kind on the East Coast.
Ethan Rothstein, August 18, 2014, ARLnow
Pedestrian and bike safety in DC work zones
Enter the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) wanting public input into some proposed rules that will require "entities that operate construction sites that block a sidewalk or bicycle lane to provide safe routes for pedestrians and bicyclists through or around work zones."
Samara Martin-Ewing, August 18, 2014, WUSA 9
Sherwood Hall Lane bike lanes installed
VDOT is completing the installation of bike lanes on Sherwood Hall Lane as part of a repaving/pavement marking project to improve safety.
Bruce Wright, August 18, 2014, FABB
Montgomery's first cycle track may be coming to White Flint
The cycle track would be a two-way bike lane separated from street parking and traffic by a 2-3-foot striped buffer with plastic posts on the west side of Woodglen Drive between Edson Lane and Nicholson Lane.
Aaron Kraut, August 18, 2014, Bethesda Now
Capital Crescent Trail featured by Momentum magazine
Rail-trails have now become integral avenues through some of our biggest cities.
Jake Lynch, August 14, 2014, Momentum
Red light camera revenue falls in Arlington
The Arlington County Police Department has recorded a decrease in red light violations, and therefore ticket revenue, since fiscal year 2012.
August 14, 2014, ARLnow
Army Navy Country Club access road moves forward
It will include a sidewalk and provide cyclists and pedestrians access from the Columbia Pike area to Pentagon City, according to county Bicycle and Pedestrian Programs Manager David Goodman.
Ethan Rothstein, August 13, 2014, ARLnow
Riding the rails to trails: Metro offers a car-free path to the great outdoors
Metro's new Silver Line can be used as a jumping-off point for an epic mountain bike ride to Great Falls or a hike around untouched wildlife preserves.
Stephanie Merry, Amy Orndorff and Fritz Hahn, August 14, 2014, Washington Post