I've seen so many more runners and cyclists on the triangle between the Anacostia, M Street SE and 11th Street SE or (TriBeM) since the Wetlands Bridge was finished. I'm actually kind of surprised.
- Wrong-way teen cyclist hit by police cruiser in MoCo.
- How VDOT decides when to use sharrows and when to use BMUFL signs.
- CaBi's Reverse Rider Rewards program last year may have worked a little, but not enough that anyone would have noticed. What we really need are more stations and more bikes - but CaBi has already adjusted things by changing the bike-to-dock ratio.
- "As part of its counter-offer to the Senate in conference committee negotiations over the transportation bill, the House appears to be proposing the elimination of the Cardin-Cochran amendment, which would allow local jurisdictions to control funds for bike/ped projects. The House proposal, sent to the Senate yesterday, would effectively block access to bike/ped funding for many towns, cities, and regions located in states where the department of transportation places a low priority on street safety."
- The Walter Reed property will open up a little for cyclists trying to get across, but not as much as possible. It's not possible to continue 13th across the site without knocking down the historic main building, but there's no reason why 12th couldn't have been made to go straight across the site. And Main Drive could be straightened out as well.