BikeArlington is Arlington County’s bike education and encouragement program. Our mission is to make it easy to get around Arlington by bike. Active modes of transportation, including walking, biking and rolling, are central to Arlington’s vision of an equitable transportation system that enhances the overall quality of life for those who live, work and play in Arlington County.
BikeArlington supports this vision by providing programs that support active transportation choices.
BikeArlington is a program of Arlington County Commuter Services (ACCS), a bureau of Arlington’s Department of Environmental Services. ACCS serves people who live, work or visit Arlington through programs and services that are designed to encourage the use of mass transit, carpooling and vanpooling, bicycling, walking, teleworking and other alternatives to driving alone.
Learn more about ACCS.
Bicycle Friendly Community
Arlington County has earned Silver Level Bicycle Friendly Community designation, from the League of American Bicyclists. The County’s bike-friendly infrastructure complements its walkways and public transit system to provide great opportunities for getting around Arlington and the region.
Meet the Team
Mary Dallao | Program Director
Mary is the Program Director for Active Transportation and manages the BikeArlington and WalkArlington teams in their efforts to get more people biking and walking in Arlington. Her teams do this through supportive events, targeted outreach opportunities, and behavior change marketing.
Prior to joining the Active Transportation team, Mary was Communications Coordinator for the Rosslyn Business Improvement District, where she participated in marketing campaigns that helped raise the profile of one of Arlington’s most active and growing urban neighborhoods. She holds a master’s degree in Media and Communications from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Runner | Amateur cook | Fiction lover | Spicy food enthusiasts
Henry Dunbar | Director of Operations
Henry Dunbar is the Director of Operations for Active Transportation for Arlington County Commuter Services, overseeing the Capital Bikeshare, BikeArlington, and WalkArlington programs, as well as working with Arlington County and neighboring jurisdictions on active transportation policy issues.
He previously was executive director of Phoenix Bikes, an Arlington nonprofit youth bike and education program. Over a 30-year career in journalism and public communications he has worked for newspapers, nonprofit organizations and government agencies. Notable among them are the office of U.S. Senator Ted Stevens (AK), Reading Is Fundamental, The Washington Post, and Northern Virginia Sun-Gazette.
Upcycling maker | Alaskan | Marine veteran | Endurance athlete
Raymond Duran | Program Manager
As the BikeArlington Program Manager, Raymond works with residents, businesses, commuters, visitors, and County departments to offer programs that promote active transportation. He is passionate about encouraging people to consider sustainable and equitable transportation options around their community.
Prior to joining BikeArlington, Raymond worked in youth education at Phoenix Bikes. This is where he started his journey in active transportation. The focus at Phoenix was teaching bike mechanics but as the Education Program Manager, he saw it as an opportunity to be a role model for students. Commuting to work was his way of showing students that using a bike is a viable way to travel. He is a native New Yorker who was born in Dominican Republic.
Bike Enthusiast | Video Gamer | Urban Explorer | League Certified Instructor
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