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West of the White House is a no-brainer. It's really not that busy of a road even during the worst of rush hour. The closure of E Street/and the block in front of the White House ensured that.

I never felt uncomfortable riding in the rush hour lane on a bike because there was always plenty of room for people to change lanes and pass me.

Now just formalize it so that other people don't have to feel iffy about biking on that 6 lane road.

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