Happy birthday, Capital Bikeshare


Christophe Tulou, director of the D.C. Department of the Environment, spreads his arms before a group of bikes before Mayor Adrian M. Fenty kicks off the largest bikesharing program in the country with a news conference and a short bike ride.
Bill O’Leary / The Washington Post

The Capital Bikeshare program, whose sturdy red bicycles have become an omnipresent part of the urban landscape, makes its third birthday with a midday celebration near the 7th and F Capital Bikeshare Station. Bikeshare offers one-way rental bikes for commuting and other short-hops around the city, Arlington County and Alexandria. From modest beginnings, it has grown to a fleet of 2,000 bikes located at 250 docking stations in the three jurisdictions.

Ashley Halsey reports on national and local transportation.

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