So much that I decided to break it up today
- More coverage of the PG County Trolley Trail. '"Because it was an abandoned railroad’s right of way, in the county records, it doesn't recognize anybody owning it, so we have to establish ownership” through the quitclaim deeds, Nivera explained.' This doesn't sound right. It wasn't a railroad, it was a streetcar, and should be owned by WMATA or PEPCO or whoever took ownership when the line was shut down. Oh well.
- An announcement about CaBi expansion in Arlington could come as early as today.
- "Imagine yourself on the road with no traffic, and you pull up to a light, and you sit there for 10 minutes," said Cannon. Taking off would be a serious traffic violation.
- Allen Muchnick received an award for his bike advocacy at the Arlington County Civic Federation’s annual dinner and awards program. Congratulations.
- Two out of four Vienna Town Council candidates - for three seats - list bike/ped safety among their top goals. Howard Springsteen "Continue to improve pedestrian and bike safety by building more sidewalks where residents express a need" and Carey Sienicki "encouraging pedestrian/bicycle-friendly links within the town to support health, environmental and unity initiatives"