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The unpaved section uses stones at the transitions to the pavement, not unlike the infamous Humpback Bridge connector a few weeks ago. Given the fact that riders are going from sunlight to shade, this could be a problem. I skidded a bit this morning passing through here.

I hope this is short-term. At least I'm glad they seem to be making progress on Jones Point. I haven't ridden there in a few months. The last time I was there, the pavement and trail were in rough shape.

I'm looking forward to seeing a smooth path through southern Alexandria. Now if only someone could do something about the (lack of) good bike trails on the eastern end of the Wilson Bridge (*cough* National Harbor).

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