- Rt 50/Gallows Rd Bridge Rehabilitation Starts Next Week
- Route 1 Widening begins February 10
- Arlington Keeping Close Eye On I-66 As New Lane Construction Begins
- Virginia Avenue Tunnel project advances in D.C. amid neighborhood disruption
- Old Centreville Road Bridge Repairs Begin Tomorrow
- Put A Bridge On It: Building New Connections In D.C.
- I-66 widening completed on time, on budget
- Virginia breaks ground on I-66 HOT lanes project, without the ground
Registration is open for Bike to Work Day, set for Friday, May 19. All bicycle commuters, from first timers to daily cyclists, are encouraged to register at biketoworkmetrodc.org or by calling 800-745-7433.
Last year, 81 cyclists and pedestrians were killed on road in the D.C. region. That’s up from the previous year when 75 people who were biking or walking died in collisions with vehicles region wide.
Expanding the new Fairfax County Capital BikeShare system in the Tysons and Dunn Loring areas, upgrading regional trails, and adding sidewalks in areas where people run the risk of being struck by cars are among the projects approved this week by the Washington region’s Transportation…
You should think twice before you stagger into the street – or climb aboard a bicycle — after boozing it up.
New Census Bureau data finds that the D.C. area endures the second-longest average commute every day — trailing only commuters in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.