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New plan seeks to grow bikesharing in high-use areas and low-income communities.

Police say cyclists won't be ticketed if they just follow the law. But cyclists say stopping at every intersection would snarl traffic and result in headaches for all involved.

The road has reopened for drivers.

Greg Billing, the new executive director of the Washington Area Bicyclist Association, talks about making Washington a more bike-friendly city with investments in bike infrastructure and greater enforcement of traffic laws to reduce collisions.

The Prince George's bus system, TheBus, is installing bike racks to finally offer an option that other local transit agencies in the Washington region have made available for more than a decade.

Thousands of D.C. area cyclists are expected to hit the roads Friday for the event that aims to boost the number of people who commute on two wheels.

Capital Bikeshare users tend to be young, professional, and a vast majority of them white.

Many bike lanes remain covered in snow Tuesday afternoon, and it is unclear when they will be cleared as crews continue to focus their efforts on roads and sidewalks.

The bike-sharing program attracted about 35,000 trips in its first year.

D.C. Council committee tables the bill, and kills it before it reaches the full Council, upseting the growing biking community.

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