- CaBi expands two stations. The station at Mass. Ave. NW & Dupont Circle NW went from 23 to 41 docks and the Thomas Circle station doubled in size.
- DDOT points out, in response to distracted walking concerns, that while pedestrian fatalities are a larger percentage of total traffic fatalities than they have been in the past, that's because other fatalities are down so much. In fact pedestrian fatalities are down too. And they add "The largest category of pedestrian crashes in DC occurs when a pedestrian is in the crosswalk with the walk signal and is struck by a vehicle turning right or left."
- Ground has broken on the Washington Gateway Project along the Met Branch Trail.
- The District Department of Transportation is holding a public meeting to discuss plans to replace three aging pedestrian/cyclist bridges over Kenilworth Avenue/DC-295 with a pair of new bridges. They're on a half-mile stretch between Nannie Helen Burroughs and Eastern avenues in Northeast Washington. Replacing three with two huh? I wonder if one of them just isn't used much. The meeting is tonight at 6pm.
- RIP Chuck Harris.
- The new bike shop in Arlington is the Old Bike Shop.
- One cyclist's encounter with a particularly vocal driver. If only the driver would shout at this cyclist.
- Bikeshare and twitter.
- More PR.