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Downtown DC Bus Lanes to the Rescue

Like many large American cities, Washington is losing bus ridership as transit speeds slow and service falters. DC needs a bus turnaround, and you couldn’t pick a better place to start than H Street and I Street downtown. These are two of DC’s busiest bus corridors, peaking at 70 buses an hour and serving routes […]

D.C.’s Pennsylvania Avenue Bike Lane Story

Gabe Klein, former Commissioner of Transportation for the cities of Washington, D.C. and Chicago, talks a little about how the center-running, two-way protected bike lane on Pennsylvania Avenue came to be. His book "Start-Up City" comes out on Island Press on October 15th.

Voices From the National Women’s Bicycling Forum

At this year's National Bike Summit, we decided to take the pulse of bicyclists as to why they think women riders are growing so fast in number and also get some suggestions as to ways to grow them.