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you raise good points about lighting and plowing, which sadly, are still indicators of gaps in how we are doing trails planning in the metropolitan area.

But as you point out, it's a great step forward, and a sign of greater things to come, hopefully, for the Anacostia River corridor.

this is so awesome. reaching the kenilworth acquatic gardens and the arboretum by bike?!?! break out the Dom Perignon!

Its been years we have waited for this connection of the two trail systems! Congrats to all who made this happen. Gives us MD cyclists a new way to access the District as the MBT gets built out.

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