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Community Input Needed for Future Capital Bikeshare Station Expansio

Alexandria is expanding its Capital Bikeshare network and invites and welcomes feedback regarding proposed future bikeshare station locations. Community input
Jim Durham
May 12
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Please join us to discuss Capital Regional Trails and more at Monday

All, Please join us for a great program starting at 7 PM on Monday, May 15th. The program includes the following: 1. Discussions about the regional
Jim Durham
May 12
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17351

What next for Capital Region Trails?

In 1971, two women from Alexandria convinced the National Park Service to provide gravel so volunteers could build the first section of what became the Mount
Jim Durham
May 10
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What next for Capital Region Trails?

In 1971, two women from Alexandria convinced the National Park Service to provide gravel so volunteers could build the first section of what became the Mount
Jim Durham
May 10
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17349

Please join us at Monday's BPAC meeting in Alexandria VA

All, Please join us at Monday's BPAC meeting for the following discussions and more (1) Discussions Michael Brown, Alexandria's new Chief of Police, about
Jim Durham
Apr 16
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Father, husband and cyclist Ryan Brown could use your help

Friends, If you or someone you know works for the Federal Government and are in a position to donate leave to help someone in need, Ryan Brown could use your
Jim Durham
Mar 28
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Please join us at BPAC's meeting on Monday March 20th

Please join us for discussions about Phoenix Bikes and their youth-focused programs, plans for AlexandriaÆs Vision Zero, and more, at MondayÆs BPAC meeting.
Jim Durham
Mar 17
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Re: Biking to Annapolis from DC?

Getting to Annapolis these days is pretty rough as Governor's Bridge is closed until 2019 and the next nearest crossings are at Rt. 450/301 to the north and
Philip Koopman
Mar 14
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Re: Biking to Annapolis from DC?

Here is the best route I have figured out. It is the best mix between directness and traffic. I try to stay on well traveled roads but not ones that are
Alex Pline
Mar 10
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Re: Biking to Annapolis from DC?

I've previously answered this question a couple of times on various lists -- maybe this one. Basically, from DC there are three routes toward Annapolis (or
Tierstein, Leslie
Mar 9
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Biking to Annapolis from DC?

It looks like six hours roundtrip. Anyone have any suggestions?
jshepherd415
Mar 8
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Please contact your Virginia Delegate today re: Surovell's Careless

Hi all - A bill to protect Virginia's vulnerable road users, e.g. people who walk and bike, has passed the Virginia Senate and been referred to the House
Jim Durham
Feb 14
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Re: Support Two Pro-Bike Bills in the Virginia House of Delegates

I've posted an update here [ http://novasmartcycling.blogspot.com/2017/02/action-alert-support-two-pro-bike-bills.html ] or read the text below:On Monday,
Allen Muchnick
Feb 13
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Support Two Pro-Bike Bills in the Virginia House of Delegates

Two bicycling-friendly bills, filed for the 2017Virginia General Assembly by SenatorScott Surovell of Northern Virginia (D, Senate District 36), were passed
Allen Muchnick
Feb 11
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City of Alexandria Vision Zero Action Plan to be developed

Hi all, With Alexandria's City Council's approval of a Vision Zero policy on Tuesday, 24 January, and with a goal to eliminate traffic fatalities and serious
Jim Durham
Jan 25
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