As most city cyclists know, bikes are not allowed on Metro trains during rush hour. Why? Because they’re bulky and hazardous. But aren’t other bulky and potentially hazardous things — like strollers — allowed on Metro during rush hour? Yes, they are. So why not just allow bikes, too? Well, that’s what group of petitioners are suggesting, writes John Hendel, TBD’s last man standing.
In other news:
Tonight: March for victims of recent anti-gay violence (The Buzz)
Red-top meters will remain dormant till at least May (D.C. Wire)
Tide detergent: Liquid gold, I tell ya! (Post column)
Ana Gasteyer tells Carol Joynt about growing up on Capitol Hill and why she’s supporting David Grosso’s council campaign (Washingtonian)
Hell’s Bottom, Bloody Hill, Murder Bay: The charming neighborhoods of late 19th century Washington (GGW)