- New signs on H Street warn cyclists about streetcar tracks. I wonder if that is enough.
- "Federal Highway Administration is studying the widening of Route 1 from Telegraph Road to Mt. Vernon Memorial Highway. Current plans include wide outside lanes for use by bicyclists. There is opposition to the project that will impact Woodlawn National Historic Site."
- Alexandria City Council voted to use unspent transportation improvement funds to cover the first-year operation costs of CaBi after the Federal Highway Administration announced in April that certain federal funds could not be used for operating expenses associated with bike-share programs. This led to a discussion about station placement - cluster them or spread them out? Some wondered if a station in Del Ray made sense.
- Central Avenue in Capitol Heights could become bike friendly. "Long-term solutions with no projected start date include turning Central Avenue into a “complete street” that would reduce the three lanes on both sides to two, add bicycle lanes and landscaping, said Carol Kachadoorian of Silver Spring-based Toole Design Group."
- Bike lanes might complement Bethesda Trolley Trail along Woodglen Drive.
- It's a great story, but I suspect it isn't really her bike. Not that she's lying, just that she is misidentifying it [I know, where's my sense of wonder.]
- Michigan senior prank brings attention that safely biking to that high school is basically impossible. Complete streets and Safe Routes to Schools could help.