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  1. So. trails. In my City we got a trail, it's...

    So. trails.

    In my City we got a trail, it's called the Holmes Run Trail. Multiple "temporary" detours. Some with no plans or funding in place to fix. IF we had huge numbers of ebikers relying...
  2. I don't have that data either, which is why I...

    I don't have that data either, which is why I merely pointed out that most of the fatalities are urban, in response to a question on that.

    Since overtaking fatalities are 25% of all bike...
  3. I still think though that whatever the NHTSA data...

    I still think though that whatever the NHTSA data on urban vs rural fatalities, its useful for people who support safer biking in our region to be aware of the actual existence of numerous arterials...
  4. I'm sorry. I look forward to the time when a...

    I'm sorry. I look forward to the time when a listing of suburban arterials with high speed limits in our region can be done in one or two sentences.
  5. What would we do without internet search engines?...

    What would we do without internet search engines?

    https://www.callahan-law.com/blog/2018/08/do-more-fatal-bike-crashes-happen-on-rural-or-urban-roads.shtml

    "The National Highway Traffic Safety...
  6. Hmmm. The District of Columbia, is, just now,...

    Hmmm.

    The District of Columbia, is, just now, in 2019, about to pass a law to make 25MPH the default speed on arterials. And I believe there will be exceptions to that.

    Here in the City of...
  7. To be fair, didn't Forrester say leading cause of...

    To be fair, didn't Forrester say leading cause of cyclist crashes or injuries, not fatalities? From what I can gather (including by personal experience) collisions at intersections tend to be at...
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    It seems it was actually the Popeye's and the...

    It seems it was actually the Popeye's and the issue was the chicken sandwiches.

    If any developer wants to buy that parcel and get rid of the drive through, I volunteer to go to the Council and...
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    This evening I headed to NoVa CC arts building...

    This evening I headed to NoVa CC arts building to vote. Don't usually go that way from the trail network, esp after dark. Headed up Lucky Run Trail by Walter Reed. Contemplated taking Beauregard, ...
  10. Last night there was a public meeting on the...

    Last night there was a public meeting on the Bridge EIS. Having been informed by Judd Lumberjack of the meeting, and it being on my way home, I attended, and spoke in favor of the preferred...
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    Wasn't that a door zone bike lane, that sort of...

    Wasn't that a door zone bike lane, that sort of disappeared at 26th? I mean I confess to usually taking it, but definitely lost VC points for doing so. The new SB bike lane is not door zone?
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    I was speaking to a woman at my synagogue who is...

    I was speaking to a woman at my synagogue who is an occasional bike rider. She used to bike commute downtown before her job location changed, but recently rode in on a weekday to meetings. She...
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    https://chi.streetsblog.org/2019/10/03/a-dinosaur-...

    https://chi.streetsblog.org/2019/10/03/a-dinosaur-still-roams-the-earth-john-forester-discusses-his-discredited-anti-bike-lane-credo/
  14. This is why my nightmare is "we should...

    This is why my nightmare is "we should consolidate ALL the statistical agencies at Suitland"
  15. I guess in theory if someone walks out in all...

    I guess in theory if someone walks out in all black, on a white striped crosswalk, a driver should notice that something is obscuring the crosswalk stripes. If not there is an issue with the driver,...
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    Yesterday I was riding a CaBi in this area. I...

    Yesterday I was riding a CaBi in this area. I rode WB through the retail area, then bak EB all the way to the CaBi station near George Mason.

    Note - going WB, I did not notice the sharrows (may...
  17. 14. Cyclists are a tiny minority who exercise...

    14. Cyclists are a tiny minority who exercise vastly disproportionate influence due to nefarious ties to politicians, probably greased by money. A Elected officials support Complete Streets because...
  18. 1. Not everyone can bike - cars are here to...

    1. Not everyone can bike - cars are here to stay. Answer = Complete streets can make driving safer and more comfortable for law abiding drivers, and also is a big benefit to walkers and transit...
  19. I keep forgetting to do Army Navy. Another choice...

    I keep forgetting to do Army Navy. Another choice (similar to Huskerdonts) would be Mt Vernon Ave to Four Mile Road to Old Dominion to Tennessee back to Glebe (where you must take the lane over the...
  20. Sounds like a great panel. Call the moderators...

    Sounds like a great panel. Call the moderators what you will, in a City where too many are stuck in old ways of thinking (dare I say paradigms - when I was growing up a paradigms paid your fare on...
  21. Master thread for requests for advocacy help

    Now that a certain controversy is settled, time for this

    Its fairly frequent that people want to request help, not necessarily only from people in their own jurisdiction, for emails to electeds,...
  22. Or to be ecumenical, and a bit more sober ...

    Or to be ecumenical, and a bit more sober

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPXXuEel0fU
  23. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WY6FL1S8X80

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WY6FL1S8X80
  24. EB Eye Street SE is now reopened between S. Cap...

    EB Eye Street SE is now reopened between S. Cap and NJ Avenue, including the bike lane (though there were cones being put out at the corner with First Street SE, but I think that is something more...
  25. The origin is unknown. Some have speculated that...

    The origin is unknown. Some have speculated that the term's origin is Yiddish because of its similarity to the interjection "feh",[3] which appears in the 1936 Yiddish song Yidl Mitn Fidl. In...
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