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I agree with your last sentence. There is enough in the list of projects that if removing these from the list enables others to move up, that still probably does not get them to the end of the entire list. I am more concerned with seeing them actually advance the remaining projects on the list (I mean they have done a lot, but often it seems pretty slow compared to needs - for example the big projects on the Arlington Loop - grade seperation at the IOD and at Shirlington Road)

In general, I think lanes or trails that are out in the open instead of going through secluded areas are better for security (and the perception of security) and public awareness that they exist.

I'm happy to see more caution around protection of the natural resources of Glencarlyn. But speaking of cycling around Glencarlyn, what it really needs is a bikeshare station!

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