So long to the Brightwood Car Barn. We hardly knew you.
- One letter writer asks why non-driving customers to a grocery should subsidize those who drive. My take: if a grocery store decides on their own to offer free parking then that is just business. Maybe another grocery store will ask customers to pay for parking but charge slightly lower prices and attract my business that way. My problem is when the government mandates more parking than the business wants to provide, or fails to include the environmental costs of zoning decisions into the cost structure. But I don't see a business decision as a subsidy.
- Rhode Island Row is using the Met Branch Trail as a way to promote the livability of the area. "Of course being right on the red line and bike trail is not a bad marketing hook, and the development team has capitalized with "a ton of bike storage". Kenney said she hopes to have a Capital Bikeshare location on site in the future.
- The new New York Avenue bike lanes.
- Bikeshare in PG County?
- Maybe the price of helmets actually is an impediment to using them?
- Better image of the new Columbia Pike/Washington Blvd interchange with a new 10' wide shared use path.
- RTC writes about the old Dupont streetcar station which will probably not be a bike station or a bike trail.
- Lots of DDOT employees use bikes to get to, or get around for, work.
- The near SE section of the Anacostia Riverwalk Trail in pictures.