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The Capital Crescent Trail is a wonderful way for pedestrians to travel between Silver Spring and DC. While there are some major thoroughfares to navigate, the trail crosses under Wisconsin Avenue and over River Road. The designers of the Purple Line continue to tell us that the trail will still be usable, but they always forget to mention that there will many, many fewer entry/exit points to the trail. The points that'll be inaccessible will be the ones people use directly from their neighborhoods.

by Beth on Dec 2, 2012 2:21 pm • linkreport

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