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DDOT Contemplates M Street Separated Bike Lane Near Baseball Stadium
DDOT Contemplates M Street Separated Bike Lane Near Baseball Stadium
With so much attention focused on the 15th Street protected contraflow bike lane, it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that this is just the first of several low cost separated bike lanes that DDOT is looking to install ...
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BRT vs. Light Rail: Urban Transit Debate Plays Out
BRT vs. Light Rail: Urban Transit Debate Plays Out
One of the hottest transportation debates in the region these days relates to the proposed Corridor Cities Transitway (CCT). The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) envisions a 14-mile transit link roughly following I-270 from the Shady Grove Metro station in Gaithersburg  ...
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Environmental Defense Fund Starts Transportation blog
Environmental Defense Fund Starts Transportation blog
Be sure to check out EDF’s new blog called Way2Go, which will be exclusively dedicated to transportation for the 21st century. They have a great cast of bloggers, so be sure to follow along as they post over the coming ...
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NPR Launches 'On the Road to Safety' Series
TheCityFix just came across this great series that American National Public Radio (NPR) began yesterday. The impetus for the series was the realization that apparently last year saw one of the lowest levels of driving fatalities in nearly 50 years. ...
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Marie Reed Underpass, Champlain Contraflow Bike Lane Complete
Marie Reed Underpass, Champlain Contraflow Bike Lane Complete
The much anticipated reopening of Champlain Street under Marie Reed Reed Community Center in Adams Morgan is complete. The project features a northbound contraflow bike lane on the newly created one-way southbound stretch of Champlain. It also includes a large ...
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How Free is Your Parking?
Here is a great video I found via our friends over at Streetsblog.org. It was produced in Australia, but the effects of minimum parking requirements on urban areas are truly global in scope. Also check out Donald Shoup’s The High ...
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