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WABA
Washington Area Bicyclist Association. Getting there by bike since 1972
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Greater Greater Washington 12h
If you live or work in Arlington, you can weigh in on the county's new bicycle plan before April 23:
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WABA 14h
This detour begins today (4/19)! Adjust your routes accordingly.
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WABA Apr 18
Set your alarm clocks - Trail Ranger Coffee Hour is tomorrow! ☕️ ☕️☕️ , Mission Muffin, and the WABA Trail Ranger team will be at 4th and S St NE on the from 7:30 - 9:30 am.
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WABA Apr 18
Replying to @WABADC
Without stronger language or callouts for specific types of low-stress infrastructure, we fear the bicycle network will remain disjointed, making it unusable for people who aren’t already confident bicyclists. Ask for a stronger, more specific plan at
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WABA Apr 18
Replying to @WABADC
But the network map and proposed projects don’t actually call for PBLs or say what kind of upgrades are needed to make a scary road low-stress for people who bike. Instead, that’s left to the future (see map):
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WABA Apr 18
Replying to @WABADC
It lays out a network of Priority Bicycle Corridors which it says are the most important routes for bike travel and the highest priority for upgrade to a low-stress experience.
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WABA Apr 18
Replying to @WABADC
The plan has lots of good talk about building protected bike lanes and low-stress streets which are necessary to get “interested but concerned” people on bikes.
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WABA Apr 18
Arlington's new Bicycle Master Plan is full of great ideas, but it needs some teeth to get the results it calls for. If you live in Arlington, ask for a stronger, more specific plan at
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WABA Apr 17
TOMORROW: Ward 8 Traffic Safety Meeting! 6:30pm at the Bellevue Neighborhood Library (15 Atlantic St SW) will be there with project updates on the Oxon Run area. Snacks and refreshments will be provided.
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mococommuter Apr 17
This spring, in conjunction with WABA, MCDOT is sponsoring two opportunities for residents to take Adult Learn to Ride Classes. These City Cycling classes are a fun way to feel more confident about using bikes in urban settings. For info:
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WABA Apr 17
The spring 2019 Adult Education season is in full swing! Check out the full calendar:
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WABA Apr 16
Trail Ranger Coffee Hour is this Friday! 7:30 am - 9:30 am on the Metropolitan Branch Trail at S St NE. Free coffee, high fives, and library book checkout and return. Stop by!
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Gillian Burgess Apr 16
You can get with this or you can get with that. Tell to "swipe right" and adopt a bike plan that builds safe and comfortable places to bike.
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WABA Apr 15
Did you see 's offer for WABA supporters? Don’t miss out on this deal to join DC’s only car-free Bike Ride, and to support WABA’s regional street safety programs.
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WABA Apr 14
WABA supporters! has a special offer coming to your inbox tomorrow. Don’t miss out on this deal to join DC’s only car-free Bike Ride, and to support WABA’s regional street safety programs.
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DDOT DC Apr 11
SATURDAY: 20th/21st/22nd St. NW Bike Lane Public Meeting. Current Recommendation: primarily on 20th St NW, with a connection to 21st St NW using F and G Sts NW. 📆 Saturday, April 13 ⏰10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. 📍 School Without Walls at Francis-Stevens, 2425 N Street NW
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Greater Greater Washington Apr 12
We need a solution that would protect the lives of people who want or need to bicycle on H Street. :
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WABA Apr 11
shoot us an email: outreach@waba.org
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WABA Apr 10
Come spread the love of bicycling with us at Anacostia River Festival - we're looking for two more folks to volunteer!
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WABA Apr 9
Replying to @WABADC
6. Reconsider the allocation of Local Streets and Sidewalk funding with an eye towards transportation equity to ensure that resources and safety investments go where they are most needed, rather than equally across all eight wards.
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