This is so good. So very good.
- Capital Bikeshare had it's 4 millionth trip yesterday evening. It took 1 year to get the first million, and 19 months to get the next 3. According to Chris Holben at DDOT "we have stations planned for this week and next. And more on the way." Also, CaBi recently moved the station at Glebe and North Fairfax because it was being under-utilized.
- City Paper has a follow up to their "There is no war on cars" cover story. It inlcudes a link to the always incredible Gary Imhoff, who believes that there is, in fact, a war on cars.
- MPD was reportedly ticketing cyclists who ran the stop sign on Water Street at Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown this morning.
- Washington DC in Bicycling magazine.
- The new intersection of 4th and Illinois. 50 States ride gets a little better.
- "The Greenbelt Museum invites you to celebrate the New Deal-era legacy of this historic community by throwing on your vintage best, hopping on your bicycle, and joining us for a leisurely cycle through town on Sunday, May 26. This event is free and open to all! Riders should gather on the front lawn of the Greenbelt Community Center at 15 Crescent Road at 11am. The ride will kick off shortly after that time, and loop back to the lawn for post-cycling eating and socializing. The Greenbelt Museum’s historic house is right across the street and will be offering free tours for participants beginning at 1pm. Bring your own food (sorry, no alcohol allowed), buy some Tea Pops, sample some complimentary lemonade or grab something delicious from the Greenbelt Farmer’s Market. Non cyclists are welcome to join us for the picnicking!...This new event is organized by the Friends of the Greenbelt Museum and sponsored by Maryland Milestones/ATHA, Inc., Tea Pops, and the Greenbelt Farmer’s Market."