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Sharing the road

America's love affair with automobiles and the open road is experiencing something of a mid-life crisis. The roads aren't so empty anymore and some days seem to be swarming with bikes.

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Commuting's new old-fashioned way
Article | Local governments can support this increasingly popular form of commuting by creating the infrastructure that makes it safer and more convenient.
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Employers lend a hand to bike commuters
Article | Bob Patten's morning routine is different from most commuters'. With a helmet, special shoes and a yellow reflective vest, he bypasses the frustrations of stop-and-go traffic and Metro delays as he bikes the two miles from his home in Takoma Park to his job in Hyattsville.
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With Capital Bikeshare, the cycle continues
Article | Like bees tumbling from the nest, scores of riders on identical ruby-red bicycles swarmed from a lot near Nationals Park on Monday, fanning out across the District and Arlington to establish a new bike-sharing network that will grow to a fleet of 1,100.
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New bike law takes effect in Md.
Article | Drivers must keep 3 feet from bike riders

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