A little late on this one
- Bikesharing stations are becoming the must-have amenity and preferred way to spend mandatory mitigation funding. 'Paul DeMaio, Capital Bikeshare Program Manager for Arlington County, says discussions with developers are becoming “more and more commonplace as developers wake up to the possibilities.”' Also includes this tidbit "The builders of a planned apartment complex in D.C.’s Takoma neighborhood also say their offer to sponsor a station was rejected by officials who felt the location was too far off the beaten path"
- Congress asks USDOT not to spend TIGER money on walking and biking, even though they only received ~5% of money in previous rounds and make up 12% of all trips.
- Empty space near downtown and above a Metro station, meet Bike House. Bike House, meet empty space.
- Boston's bike sharing system, Hubway, will expand (Still smaller than CaBi).