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The D.C. Department of Transportation has installed 2.27 miles of bike lanes, just a fraction of what the city built last year and not even close to it's goal to add 7.5 miles by the end of the year.

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.

DDOT has installed 7.5 miles of bike lanes this year, including the first bike lanes in Ward 8.

Police officers and others will be patrolling the Pennsylvania Avenue bike lanes on Wednesday in an attempt to educate drivers about the ban on illegal U-turns across these lanes.

Mayor Gray announced an emergency rule this week, banning U-turns across bike lanes even if no bicycle riders are present.

What do you think should happen with bike lanes in the District?