- 0.4 miles of the 2nd Street Sidepath, part of the Metropolitan Branch Trail, is now designated as part of the East Coast Greenway.
- One guy appreciates the new L Street cyclet-track, but another walked along L Street before installation was complete and didn't notice many cyclists, so he's pretty sure the whole thing is a waste. "I counted the vehicles that passed me: 91 cars and three bicycles. Sorta makes you wonder about the wisdom of the District’s allocation of transportation space." Not really. The lane is unfinished, or at best new. It takes time for people to change (see the ICC or the HOT lanes). And while this is one lane on a 4 lane road, it is also one lane out of probably 50 through downtown. So 3 to 91 is actually a pretty good ratio.
- Examiner has a story on Arlington's ongoing CaBi expansion, while it doesn't represent anything that hasn't been announced before, they do mention that planners aspire to add "between 57 and 115 additional stations, based on demand and available funding." That's instead of the 39 already announced. "after those 39 are installed, county planners expect to add bike stations in East Falls Church and Lee Highway, plus areas that already have some, such as Crystal City and Rosslyn." The only barrier is money.