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  • 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
  • Protected bike lanes have become as American as pizza
    They're on the ground in 24 states and 53 cities, with 20 cities working on their first right now.
    Michael Andersen, August 19, 2014, People for Bikes
  • A cycletrack appears in Pentagon City
    Arlington's first significant protected bike lane quietly popped up last week in Pentagon City. It runs on South Hayes Street from 15th Street to Fern Street, next to Virginia Highlands Park.
    Dan Malouff, August 19, 2014, GGW
  • 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