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This is a good development to finish the trail to Boundary Channel Drive. There really aren't very good ways through Arlington here--the LBJ park footbridge and the rather scary group of crossings of Route 27 and the parkway are neither of them especially appealing or efficient. You can't bike at all through Arlington National Cemetery, and you have to submit ID and wear a helmet to go through Ft. Myer.

That said, I kinda like biking down the trail to nowhere along the Boundary Channel. It's a strange, peaceful, mostly unused yet still mostly maintained place.

Don't expect the Arlington trail or wider sidewalk (Columbia Pike) projects to be completed anytime soon or in less than another decade, based on how long Arlington has taken to complete "fully funded and partly designed" trail projects during the past two decades.

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