More bikes on the roadways means more tickets for cyclists, right?

Conventional wisdom says the increase in bike traffic in the city would result in more citations being issued to riders.

World Cup watch party in D.C. affects traffic, commute

Hundreds of soccer fans are expected to fill Freedom Plaza to watch the USA-Belgium match on an outdoor screen.

Is bikeshare good or bad for bike shop business?

Why casually “sharing” a product might make consumers more likely to buy their own.

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Why Revolution just bought a $9 million bus ticket

D.C. has a new parking problem

The growing popularity of cycling is creating a problem for folks who need to park their bikes.

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How Washington cyclists can stay safe as more bikes hit city streets

(Bonnie Jo Mount / Washington Post)

With protected lanes and safety classes, Arlington and D.C. have set the pace for a cyclist-friendly region

Capital Bikeshare eyes expansion in 2013

(Andrew Harrer / BLOOMBERG)

Capital Bikeshare looks to add another 54 stations in D.C. by March, which will give the District more than 190 stations in all eight wards.

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Where We Life: Cathedral Heights is a worldly enclave in the shade

(Amanda Voisard / For the Washington Post)

The District neighborhood is a few miles from downtown D.C. but has large lots and a thick tree canopy.

Capital Bikeshare expansion stalls due to lack of materials

(Sarah L. Voisin)

Lack of equipment forces D.C. to revise plan to add 54 stations.