I read through the Climate Ready DC report - the city’s new plan to adapt to a changing climate that could bring more dangerous heatwaves, severe storms, and flooding - and there wasn't much in there about biking except that they note that biking would be a great way to evacuate the city in case of a flood or robot apocalypse. One action to "Strengthen community cohesion for safety and resilience" has this sub-action
Assess walkability, bikeability, and public transit access in the District in order to reduce the dependence on personal cars and diversify transportation and evacuation options in the event of an emergency. Use Walk Score or Walkability Index as a tool to evaluate priority planning areas and their dependency on transit systems that may be at greater risk due to climate impacts. Prioritize improvement of walkability and connectivity to those areas as part of the update to the Comprehensive Plan.
But it also includes biking in its explanation of measuring risk:
Risk is measured based on the probability of occurrence and the consequence of an impact such as flooding. For example, given the same probability of flooding, an electrical substation was considered to be at higher risk than a Capital Bikeshare station. The loss of one electrical substation would have a greater consequence as it could leave many residents and businesses without power, while the flooding of a Bikeshare station would likely impact fewer people and be easier and less expensive to repair.