- "In the MTA plan, a retaining wall or noise wall at least four feet tall would run along the properties that back up to what is now the Capital Crescent Trail, cutting off access from those yards. Access points would be limited to breaks in the walls. In Kaszubski’s neighborhood that would be at Sleaford Road and Kentbury Way."
- "April 13, 2011: A vote to repeal the Prevention and Public Health Fund: The fund is administered by the secretary of health and human services for various public health services. Republicans argue the “slush fund” would be used to support jungle gyms, bike paths and some lobbying activities."
Also, the Post has a long article on what a success the Wilson Bridge Bike Path has been (in spite of the shortcomings that many have mentioned here - imagine it if it connected directly to South Capitol Street.) The whole thing is a good read.
- "Prince George’s officials said use of the 3.5-mile Wilson Bridge trail has increased dramatically since it opened in 2009. In March, the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission recorded 26,827 crossings, up from 13,998 in March 2012."
- "Right now, the Wilson Bridge trail provides a connection only to National Harbor on the Maryland side, but that could change soon. The county is renovating Oxon Hill Road, and, as part of the project, bike lanes will be added to the heavily trafficked county road, which connects residential communities to the Wilson Bridge."
- "In the past year alone, trail usage picked up by about 10 percent in the area where the bridge trail meets the Mount VernonTrail, the second-busiest location for bicycles and pedestrians in Alexandria,"