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10% mode/share in DC/Arlington seems huge. Like several times higher than what previous measures I knew of reported.

Granted, that feels about right and maybe the official numbers are just catching up with what was being observed.

So.....does this mean that DC has already SURPASSED the MoveDC goal of 12% mode share, which they weren't planning on meeting until 2040? https://www.waba.org/blog/2014/06/you-get-a-cycle-track-you-get-a-cycle-track/

11% is for biking AND walking, so it doesn't seem that high to me.

No dis-aggregation there then? That's annoying

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