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It's a 4-year status, so DC will have to renew in 2015. Or are you thinking it'll take them two "terms" to get to gold?

Having the largest and arguably the must popular bike sharing program in the country, more than doubling the percentage of trips over that span only counts for silver?

Froggie, it took 8 years to go from Bronze to Silver, so I was calculating 8 years to get from Silver to Gold.

Let's do it in 4. Go D.C.! Yay us!

@DCBAC - Yes, says Arlington :)

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