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Bike to Work Day 2013, in infographics
Many thanks to all who registered for this year's Bike to Work Day and got to work on two wheels last Friday! This was a record-breaking year for Bike to Work Day participation, with over 14,000 people registering for the event.
Alex Baca, May 20, 2013, WABA
The business of bike sharing
Mohana Ravindranath, May 20, 2013, Washington Post
Bicyclist fatally struck in DC identified
The bicyclist who was fatally struck on Thursday by a car has been identified, police say.
May 18, 2013, WUSA 9
Capital Bikeshare sets new ridership record
The red bikes were checked out more than 10,100 times - the most rides ever on a weekday. Friday was also Bike to Work Day, coupled with beautiful weather.
May 18, 2013, WTOP
Friday is Bike to Work Day
Thousands of cyclists are expected to hit the Washington region's roads Friday for Bike to Work Day, an annual event aimed at encouraging people to commute on two wheels rather than by car, bus or train.
Mark Berman, May 17, 2013, Washington Post
D.C. makes progress on bike lanes, tweaks still needed
On this Bike to Work Day, when more than 14,000 people are expected to pedal to their jobs, cycling advocates say Washington has made significant progress in promoting bicycling, but infrastructure improvements are needed if the District is to join the world's elite bicycle cities.
Martin Di Caro, May 17, 2013, WAMU
There's no doubt: Traffic enforcement cameras save lives
A 2011 study by Insurance Institute for Highway Safety comparing cities with red light cameras to those without them found that in the 14 largest U.S. cities, the cameras reduced fatal red-light-running collisions by 24 percent.
Angie Schmitt, May 16, 2013, dc.streetsblog.org
M Street cycle track keeps improving, draws church anger
Last night, DDOT representatives held a short presentation on the latest design for the M Street cycle track.
David Cranor, May 16, 2013, GGW