Cyclestrong writes in that the interection of the Capital Crescent Trail and Little Falls Parkway was rebuilt this week. This was done, as he notes, "with little notice to the public." Frankly, this is the first I've heard of it.
The trail used to go straight across at LFP, but now it zig-zags a bit, This may be to make the trail crossing perpendicular to the road, or to force cyclists to slow down before crossing (Where there's a couple of stop signs already). He says it's a bit of an inconvenience for cyclists.
A positive outcome of this redesign is the completion of the sidewalk on the north side of LFP from Bethesda Pool to Arlington Road. The only other advantage I can identify at this time is that this redesign gives motorists more time to 'see' trail suers as they come up the trail crossing.
You can see where the trail used to be on the right and where it is now on the left. There a new signs on LFP as well.