- Three very good suggestions for making the connection between the George Mason Bridge and the 15th Street cycletrack.
- DDOT's Capital Bikeshare Manager Chris Holben is named one of the people who are shaping Washington by Washingtonian magazine.
- Wow, "Who's parking in the L Street bike lane" reallyblew upyesterday.
- The commuting method "Other" is way up in Georgetown, which means either more bike commuting or more segway commuting.
- Vote DC? There's a jersey for that.
- Thanks to some good police work, three men who allegedly attacked and robbed a jogger on the Custis trail are in custody.
- Maryland is the process of updating its 2035 Maryland Transportation Plan, a long-range blueprint that will outline transportation goals and priorities. During a recent workshop on the new plan, Frederick city Alderman Karen Young (D) — who was recently elected chairwoman of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, a regional planning board that looks at transportation, economics and the environment — suggested that bike paths be installed in communities where people live and work. “A lot of people say ‘Bike paths are nice things to have, but are not necessary,’” Young said. “I would disagree with that.... We need to move toward anything that gets people out of their cars.”