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Some sort of decent connection to the Anacostia Tributary Trails System would be great, too.

The rail line there does parallel Beaverdam Creek. That could make for a nice trail corridor.

Does this plan hinge on development? (commercial, residential, whatever) There has been a comprehensive plan in place for the Greenbelt metro station for a number of years, and the plan has resulted in no change to ped/bike connectivity.

I am a little surprised not to see the route of the Purple Line on the maps. It's supposed to end at New Carrolton.

It is in the plan. It's on other maps, but not the bike one (I suspect that's because it will run on streets).

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