Design Template by Bikingtoronto

« Other Factoids in the Arlington County 2012 Fiscal Report on CaBi | Main | Tuesday Afternoon Commute - Phase 4 »

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

"and national parkland is threatened with children’s play equipment" said someone who either never had children or never was a child.

please dont ruin bikeshare by placing any of it Montgomery County...they dont want it, they dont understand it...let them build a bigger 270, and dozens of rockville pikes!! theyre morons in MoCo...let them be...

"and national parkland is threatened with children’s play equipment" said someone who either never had children or never was a child.

I caught that too. I'm very active in working to provide recreational opportunities for kids -- there aren't many in DC -- and I have no idea what he is talking about. NPS tends to be incredibly resistant to people actually using and enjoying their land.

So the 61 year old woman with head trauma, was she wearing a helmet? Let's all assume not, and ergo she must be to blame for all this.

Since it's not the WaPo comments section, somebody had to bring it up.

Re: Montgomery Bikeshare.
Why can't the stations be placed on the street? Just remove a parking spot or 2. I agree that many of the sidewalks in Bethesda are too narrow as it is.

Interesting how everybody is assuming that bikeshare will lead to more sidewalk cycling. I think this will be the case as well UNLESS MCDOT changes its approach of favoring high speed arterial roads and starts providing some balanced transportation infrastructure.

Was the driver wearing a seatbelt? ;)

"and national parkland is threatened with children’s play equipment"

I'm pretty sure that's a reference to Capital Bikeshare. Some blog postings only make sense to people who read too many blog postings.

Martin is still on WABA's board and was re-elected Vice President on Monday night.

The comments to this entry are closed.

Banner design by creativecouchdesigns.com

City Paper's Best Local Bike Blog 2009

Categories

 Subscribe in a reader