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To have VDOT include pedestrian and cyclist counts in traffic surveys is a significant shift. For too long "traffic" has meant only motor vehicles, and pedestrians and cyclists were seen not as part of traffic, but as impediments to it.

I'm really happy to see that they're going to try to address the King St/Beauregard intersection. You pretty much have to pass through it if you're trying to connect from Holmes Run to the Four Mile Run/W&OD trails and it's miserable as is.

Not entirely true on Bike Route 1. There's at least one sign (that I just noticed this morning) on Mt. Vernon Hwy between Mt. Vernon and Ft. Belvoir.

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