- GOOD spotlights DC's "new" Bikestation in their Good Design Daily feature.
- A call to give a cycling a human face. I like some of the ideas, even if I find them a bit naive. I think the opening, fake quote is unfortunate as is the reference to "blowing through lights without slowing down" which never actually happens, but otherwise I think the article has some good intentions. One of the comments calls for a regular "Ask a Cyclist" column, an idea which I like.
- Some university's are talking about bike rack-to-bed ratios instead of bed-to-car ratios.
- As part of a deal to close a section of Lincoln Street in Bethesda, Suburban Hospital would be expected to "maintain pedestrian and bicycle paths in that area." This is across the street from the Bethesda Trolley Trail
- Alice Swanson's mother will attend today's hearing on bicycle and pedestrian safety in DC.
- Local trails are mostly clear of snow and ice.
- Two years after Montgomery College built a fence that limited bicycle and pedestrian access to a path used by nearby residents, the College Gardens Civic Association has met with school officials and plans to meet with the Rockville City Council to get the path opened.