DDOT's Kathleen Penney resigned.
Sometimes the engineers genuinely can't make something work in a way that fits with safety rules or turning radii for trucks, but I've heard that the delayed improvements at 15th and W, NW and lack of progress on the 15th Street contraflow bike lane had something to do with IPMA's lack of enthusiasm.
Arlington and Alexandria among the three highest rated Virginia cities and counties for cycling and walking according to the new Virginia Active Transportation Index. (FABB doesn't agree with Fairfax's score).
Notably Three localities (cities and counties) earned the highest possible Virginia Active Transportation Index score of 11 points:
City of Alexandria
City of Harrisonburg
Frequent commenter Froggie put together his wish list for bike improvements in the Huntington area. It has a lot of good suggestions (as noted in the comments the Holmes Run trail was recently repaved).
Richard Layman on sharrows.