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The County Board's agenda (http://arlington.granicus.com/AgendaViewer.php?view_id=2&event_id=479) for the February meeting also includes awarding the contract for the Glebe Rd safety improvements (http://www.arlingtonva.us/departments/EnvironmentalServices/cpe/capprojects/page67332.aspx).

Of particular interest to cyclists is the first steps of improving the Fairfax Dr bike lane to Custis Trail transition (the westbound bike lane will be continued across Glebe, the Marymount parking lot entrance will be eliminated from Fairfax Dr and a better curb cut will be constructed on the west side of Wakefield St)

Further improvements (particularly the portion west of Wakefield) will hopefully come as part of the Beaver Pond project (http://www.arlingtonva.us/departments/EnvironmentalServices/epo/page75451.aspx).

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The County Board's agenda for the February meeting also includes awarding the contract for the Glebe Rd Safety Improvements.

Of particular interest to cyclists is the first steps of improving the Fairfax Dr bike lane to Custis Trail transition (the westbound bike lane will be continued across Glebe, the Marymount parking lot entrance will be eliminated from Fairfax Dr and a better curb cut will be constructed on the west side of Wakefield St)

Further improvements (particularly the portion west of Wakefield) will hopefully come as part of the Beaver Pond Project.

The detector loops in Montgomery County appear to be calibrated with sufficient sensitivity to detect bicycles. The usual pattern is a rectangular loop with a central cut in the dirction of travel. I usually place myself on the central cut, tap my cleats on the ground three times, and repeat "There's no place like home." Works like a charm.

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