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Walking, biking, and buses in the Flickr pool

Here are our favorite new images from the Greater and Lesser Washington Flickr pool, showcasing the best and worst of the Washington region.

Rock Creek Park. Photo by afagen.

New L Street bike lane. Photo by Joe in DC.

Circulator in Georgetown. Photo by afagen.

Stairs at the bottom of 22nd St NW. Photo by jeancflanagan.

21st and M St NW. Photo by eraynault on Flickr.

Got a picture that depicts the best or worst of the Washington region? Make sure to join our Flickr pool and submit your own photos!

Aimee Custis is a wonk, communicator, and professional advocate at the Coalition for Smarter Growth. Her writing represents her own views, though they're often aligned with her employer's. Weekends, you'll find Aimee at home in Dupont Circle or practicing her other love, wedding photography


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I think that first sign needs a comma.

by Crickey7 on Nov 9, 2012 3:27 pm • linkreport

Point of note - Those stairs are called the "Spanish Stairs" or "Spanish Steps" named after the stairs in Rome.

by Charles on Nov 9, 2012 4:19 pm • linkreport

The first sign is simply advisory.

by JJJ on Nov 10, 2012 2:23 pm • linkreport

Thanks for continuing to include captions, as best as possible, for the photos. I appreciate knowing what the photos show, and where they were taken.

by Nick81 on Nov 12, 2012 3:15 am • linkreport

I like the cognitive dissonance in the WALK BIKE sign. Whatever is preferential for whatever reason, you can't do both at the same time.

by Jasper on Nov 12, 2012 9:04 am • linkreport

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