From an interview in DCist
DCist: At the Ward 5 mayoral debate, Busboys and Poets owner and candidate Andy Shallal said he thinks "seniors get really incensed when we start talking about bike lanes all the time, when we start talking about things that have nothing to do with them. We feel that's the most important thing we have to address." Do you think the city focuses too much on bike lanes?
Evans: Just right. ... Bike lanes are important in our city. Ward 2, the ward I represent, has half of all the bike lanes in the entire city. We're working to make sure that we have the bike lanes and improve them, and actually study the ones we have to make sure that they're working the way we wanted them to work. It's a very delicate process, because you have bikes lanes, you have cars, you have joggers. You have a lot of different interests — you have streetcars now — competing for the rights of way. As we go forward, we're going to have to manage this very carefully.
Not sure how satisfying an answer that is. But it was kind of a weird question.