Breakfast links: 16 fewer cars
Photo by Unsuck DC Metro on Flickr.
DDOT still committed to bike lanes:
Director Terry Bellamy defends DDOT's pace on bike lanes
, saying 4 miles are ready to go in the spring and that new lanes take more planning and stakeholder input. (WABA)
New use for parking garage:
Crystal City plans to host a cycling derby
in a parking garage. An obstacle course will serve cyclists of all skill levels. (ARLnow)
Woodridge wants a main street:
A new group wants to develop a main street
along Rhode Island Avenue in the Woodridge neighborhood of DC. The area enjoys wide sidewalks but few established businesses. (City Paper, John M.)
How should federal buildings look?:
Have opinions on the design of federal buildings? The National Capital Planning Commission wants to hear from you
as they develop an urban design element of the federal Comprehensive Plan. (IMGoph)
The latest spending bill delays by 5 years
the DHS headquarters consolidation at St. Elizabeth's. The cost will rise $500 million as a result. (Federal Times)
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