Type: Posts; User: Tim Kelley
If it's on the public ROW, you can use this tool: http://www.bikearlington.com/pages/biking-in-arlington/bike-parking/request-a-bike-rack/
If it's on private property, your best bet is to ask the...
BTW--we should expect to see updates to the map interface coming soon! We're in the last round of testing for these changes.
Anything at any of the housing developments there?
It's likely that there are racks there--they just haven't been added yet by anyone.
Care to volunteer to scope things out??
The kudos were appreciated, and were read at a Transportation Engineering and Operations staff meeting today!
Try it now.
If you can't edit it because it's a "closed" thread, then maybe we'll have to unclose it and allow anyone to respond, but make it clear that the information in the top thread is the...
Yes, I can also close a thread. Just not sure if that locks if from being both edited and responded to.
Thanks for doing this Chris!
Thanks for volunteering. Go ahead and create a placeholder post and I'll sticky it and then you can play around to see if you can continue to edit it.
This is one of the more "comfortable" routes to go through Crystal City to get around that section:
How are things going? Is everyone logging their rides today?
Did you let someone know what is incorrect?
In case you missed it--this is pretty cool:
A couple prominent Custis trail cameras too!
Do you ever use the foot rest behind the box?
I resort to that when my eyes are bigger than my box!
Or just use a bungee!
No that's ours. Hmm...I'll see about getting that updated.
And here is the Arlington class schedule!
This has been resolved.
Just make sure that you don't have any plans you need to make it back for on Sunday.
I'll pass it along.
Did it come with a power meter or a cadence sensor? Because those are two very different things.