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Even as it develops, downtown Silver Spring is in danger of being stuck in the 20th century. As walkable as it is relative to the rest of the county, it still has massive 6 lane roads going right through the downtown area.

It is absurd that some will argue that there is no room for bike lanes on Colesville, East-West, or Georgia, while at the same time, downtown D.C. is successfully implementing protected bike lanes on much smaller thoroughfares such as L and M.

by engrish_major on Dec 14, 2012 2:26 pm • linkreport

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