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Two Saturdays ago, I drove up 18th Street at around 10:30 at night. There were at least 12-15 bicycle cops clustered at various points in the median, compared to 2 motorcycle cops and one squad car. It took me 15 minutes to go 3 blocks in my car. I'd say the cops have seen the future of Adams Morgan, and it's bike mobility.

The problem with these "vision" statements is they focus on a small area without considering connectivity, as if biking is only something you do in your immediate neighborhood, akin to walking and not driving. The city could enforce the existing laws and make cycling safer for everyone.

Close 18th Street from Columbia Road to Kalorama Road. At least in the evenings on weekends. Please!

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