- Photos from WABA's L Street outreach.
- The "Following Too Closely" bill made it out of committee and now goes to the Virginia House. Del Rust of Loudoun County was one of only 3 votes against it.
- Elias Webb was found guilty of felony hit-and-run in the Lanie Kruszewski case. The jury recommended he serve 3 years. While it is good that DA's prosecute hit and run, it's disappointing to see that running someone down from behind and killing them isn't a crime, just leaving the scene afterward is. [But then the following too close bill could change that].
- Driving may get more expensive.
- Ann Clymer, passed away. She was a leader in the fight against drunk driving after her daughter was killed by a drunk driver. "Jane emily, then a junior at the University of Vermont, was walking her bike along a rural road near the school when she was struck by a drunk driver."
- 5 points from Understanding Walking and Cycling