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@SJE: "....I am concerned that bike share will fail because of poor infrastructure, and that will be used to justify even less support for biking."

Yes, some may argue that a bike share fail in Silver Spring would show there is no interest in biking. But MoCo is already seeing a high rate of cycling in those pockets where there is some infrastructure, such as Bethesda Row where we have the Capital Crescent Trail and bike lanes on Woodmont Avenue. We can make a strong counter-argument that a bike share fail in Silver Spring demonstrates the need for more support for biking infrastructure there.

by Wayne Phyillaier on Dec 16, 2012 7:18 pm • linkreport

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