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New NoVa Transportation projects will connect, build, improve trails
As part of the 2015 Q1 funding, the Boundary Channel exchange project will get $4.335M to "Constructs two roundabouts at the terminus of the ramps from I-395 to Boundary Channel Drive."
October 17, 2014, WashCycle
Arlington to receive millions for transportation projects
Arlington County could soon be getting an influx of state transportation dollars in the tens of millions.
Ethan Rothstein, October 15, 2014, ARLnow
Capital Bikeshare ridership up 31% in Arlington
The Capital Bikeshare program continues to grow in Arlington, and its annual report shows more residents are using it, and riding farther, than ever before.
Ethan Rothstein, October 16, 2014, ARLnow
Where DC area bike fatalities happen, in one map
Since 1987, over 100 DC area cyclists have died in motor vehicle crashes. This map shows where they are.
David Cranor, October 16, 2014, GGW
Fairfax County approves Bicycle Master Plan
The Fairfax County Planning Commission voted unanimously tonight to approve the county's first-ever Bicycle Master Plan.
October 15, 2014, FABB
D.C. not most expensive
Is Washington, D.C., really more expensive than New York, as a number of blogs have claimed recently, citing A recent government report?
Josh Zumbrun, October 14, 2014, Wall Street Journal
College Park residents, UM students reimagine Rt. 1
College Park residents and students at the city’s University of Maryland gathered Saturday to brainstorm a more pedestrian-friendly U.S. Route 1 -- with music-filled gazebos, tree lined-sidewalks and a grocery store.
Alice Popovici, October 14, 2014, Gazette.Net
Millennials' shift away from driving is 'more than temporary'
The nation's largest generation -- the so-called "millennials," born between 1983 and 2000 -- have shown less dependence on driving to get around in recent years and aren't likely to change their ways, according to a new study released Tuesday by the Maryland PIRG Foundation and the Frontier Group.
Kevin Rector, October 14, 2014, Baltimore Sun