- Most of Capitol Hill could soon find themselves in a Performance Parking Program zone, which - among other things - would mean more money for non-automotive transportation projects such as bike parking.
- The SW Waterfront, aka "The Wharf", might include a no-curb design that would make it easier for bicycle mounted police to patrol. "Thinking ahead, Lanier and Hickson figured officers on bicycles and on foot would handle most patrols at the Wharf; its dense layout would make it difficult for cars to maneuver"
- On the Montgomery County transportation impact tax revenue change for CaBi: "If approved, bike sharing would be the ninth transportation-related feature to gain access to impact taxes, the levy paid by every developer on a per residential unit or commercial square foot basis. The first eight: new and widened roads, transit centers and park-and-ride lots, new buses, new bus shelters, hiker-biker trails, large capacity bicycle lockers, sidewalk connectors, and transit operating expenses."