Arlington has released a new Draft Sector Plan for Rosslyn, and among other things it recommends adding more bike-share stations, more "dedicated bike lanes and bike routes offering priority access to the regional trail system", protected bike lanes and new bike paths.
Many roads would be changed from one-way to two way and go on road diets to reallocate right-of-way for wider pedestrian and/or bicycle facilities where feasible. One-way cycletracks would be added to N. Fort Myer Drive between 18th and Wilson; and to N. Lynn between 19th and Wilson. Two-way cycletracks would be added to Wilson between Lynn and Arlington Ridge Road. Wilson would also get bike lanes from Ft. Myer to Lynn, and 19th would get them from Ft, Myer to Moore. Protected bike lanes would be on N. Nash from 19th to Wilson.
Arlington Ridge Road would be changed into an esplanade with a multi-use path on one side and a possible service lane below.
18th Street would be extended to the esplanade, and a pedestrian/bicycle bridge over Interstate 66 and the George Washington Memorial Parkway will extend from the Esplanade at 18th Street to the Mount Vernon Trail near Theodore Roosevelt Island. Part of 18th would be for cyclists and pedestrians only.
The plan also calls for a study of the costs and feasibility for construction of a Custis Trail underpass of Lynn Street in the Rosslyn Circle area and a safe, inviting, accessible pedestrian and bicycle path connection to the downstream sidewalk of the Theodore Roosevelt Bridge.
The plan also calls for marked bike travel paths through intersections, bike boxes, or separate stop bar locations for vehicles and bikes; wayfinding signage; bike parking and secure bike parking; and expansion of CaBi.