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Cycle track + hurricane = a first for BeyondDC

There was a flurry of activity on twitter Sunday, with posts about DDOT installing the western half of the L Street cycle track. It looks to be in from New Hampshire Avenue east to about 16th Street.

I’ve probably never advocated for slower installation of bike infrastructure before, but hopefully DDOT will wait until the hurricane is past before finishing.

In the mean time, here’s the cycle track just west of Connecticut Avenue. I went to check it out yesterday just as the rain was starting. You can find more pictures at GGW.

The cars at right are in what used to be the parking lane, but what will soon become the left turn lane onto Connecticut Ave.

October 29th, 2012 | Permalink | {num}Comments
Tags: bike, transportation

  • Grant

    For anyone still experiencing transit disruptions, there’s a couchsurfing-like service where you can find people willing to give you a ride in exchange for a few bucks to cover expenses: http://us.amovens.com/en. If you have a car, you can offer to help folks out for a small fee.



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