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  • The Commuter Store temporarily out of Capital Bikeshare keys
    The Commuter Store is temporarily unable to sell Capital Bikeshare memberships, because we have no more membership keys. Capital Bikeshare has announced the delivery of more keys, so we hope to be resupplied soon.
    August 13, 2014, The Commuter Store
  • DDOT's safe accommodation rules are pretty good
    Last week, DDOT released its draft regulations for construction projects that block sidewalks and bike infrastructure.
    Colin Browne, August 22, 2014, WABA
  • Clear paths for pedestrians and cyclists in D.C. work zones
    D.C. transportation officials say they plan to crack down on companies that don’t offer pedestrians and bicyclists a safe path near and around work zones in the city.
    Luz Lazo, August 22, 2014, Washington Post
  • Suspect in Georgetown trail assault in custody
    Police believe they have found a man responsible for sexually assaulting a woman on a popular D.C. trail in April.
    August 20, 2014, NBC Washington
  • Your bike could be stolen in seconds
    “It’s kind of like a wolf pack mentality," Metro Transit Police Chief Ronald Pavlik, who said the team approach is typical of bike theft in the District. "They have no problem doing it in the open.”
    August 20, 2014, NBC Washington
  • 7.5 miles of bike lanes built this year in D.C.
    So far this year, the agency has installed 7.5 miles of bike lanes, including the first bike lanes in Ward 8.
    Luz Lazo, August 20, 2014, Washington Post
  • Trail underpass in Chevy Chase creates brief controversy
    Bicyclist advocates last week were surprised and angered to hear that Montgomery County wanted to change a planned Capital Crescent Trail underpass in Chevy Chase to a street-level crossing.
    Aaron Kraut, August 18, 2014, Bethesda Now
  • MoCo reminds drivers not to pass stopped school buses
    A two-minute public service announcement advises drivers that they are putting students, who “can be unpredictable when getting on or off school buses,” in danger by passing a bus with an outstretched stop sign and flashing lights.
    Aaron Kraut, August 19, 2014, Bethesda Now