- Portland's Mayor rides CaBi and likes what he sees.
- "America's capital city is the number two city overal [for biking and walking], the Alliance says, and is the sixth best city in terms of fatalities (if you can still use a term like "best" when talking fatalities)"
- More CaBi data. Most bikes get used about 1300-1400 times a year. None as often as 1600. And some get used much less often. I suspect those are ones at less popular stations that get "stuck" there. Also, most trips are far shorter than 30 minutes and there doesn't appear to be much of a cut off at 30 minutes. "In fact, there have been more rides between 30-32 minutes (barely incurring fees), than 28-30 minutes (just under the limit of free time)." The distribution for trip time is crazy for casual users.
- Since automatic trail counters went in on the Custis Trail back in October 2009, there have now been 1 million trail users.
- And...another crash on the GW Parkway at the trail crossing.