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Great writeup, David. I asked Jennifer Steingasser at a seminar hosted by the D.C. Bar if bicycle infrastructure (such as BikeShare and bike lanes) would be considered in creating the transit zones, and she unfortunately said no. I think OP's plan is a large step in the right direction but I wish areas in which residents commute by bicycle would have gotten more consideration in the elimination of parking minimums. Although, in fairness to OP, there is probably a lot of overlap with areas that feature metro riders/bicyclists.

by Mike Forster on Dec 11, 2012 1:22 pm • linkreport

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