Last summer the DC area applied for $10M in federal stimulus money to expand the bike-sharing system by 1600 bikes and 160 stations region-wide. Today the results of that application were announced for the $1.5B in funding and SmartBike won't be receiving any TIGER funds in this round. There will be second round of competition for $600M in additional funds, so that is still a possibility. In addition, DDOT and Arlington have already committed to expanding bike sharing in the region [~100 stations and 100 bikes in DC and an unknown size in Arlington]. This was to be in addition to that.
The K Street transitway, which wouldn't have included bike lanes anyway, didn't get funding; nor will the NNMC underpass. The only regional project that did get funding was the Priority Bus Transit program.
Nationwide, both Philadelphia ($23M in funding out of $58M in cost) and Indianapolis ($20M out of $65M) received funding for their bicycle and pedestrian networks. Normal, IL; Ames, IA: Kent, OH and Saint Paul, MN got funding for multi-modal transportation centers with bicycle elements. The Milton-Madison bridge from KY to IN will be replaced and have a bike path as will an Interstate bridge in Tulsa, OK and the Black River Bridge from Port Huron, MI to Canada. Seattle's Valley Street and Portland's Moody Avenue will get bike lanes and or other facilities. Burlington, VT's waterfront bike path will be upgraded. Highways in Spokane, WA and Denver, CO will get sidepaths or bikeways.