Want to do something to make biking better right now? You’ve come to the right place.
District of Columbia Actions
Close the North Carolina Ave. Bike Network Gap
North Carolina Ave needs a continuous, low-stress, all ages and abilities bike connection from Lincoln Park to C St, the Fields at RFK, and the Anacostia River Trail to fill out the Capitol Hill network.
People’s Alliance for Rock Creek (PARC)
The People’s Alliance for Rock Creek Park supports keeping upper Beach Drive closed to car traffic permanently.
Speak up now for safe, low-stress biking on 37th & Tunlaw
DDOT has a plan to create a low-stress bike corridor on 37th, Tunlaw and New Mexico & ANC 3B wants to hear from you.
Remove Police from Traffic Enforcement
The best way to ensure walkers, bicyclists, and bus riders have safe commutes is to fund safe infrastructure to change driver behavior, and to educate drivers on safety rules and regulations. We can start to move the pace towards investing in safe infrastructure by moving away from the dated status quo of relying on armed […]
Tell Maryland State Highway Administration to make the bike lanes on University Boulevard permanent!
now that the pilot period is over, SHA intends to remove the project on November 14, 2021. We need to act now to insist that SHA keep the protected bike lanes in place permanently!
Support a Safer, More Sustainable Montgomery County
Ask the Montgomery County Council to support the Transportation elements of the Thrive Montgomery 2050 Plan
Tell SHA to Keep The Protected Bike Lanes on MD-193/University Blvd
Tell the Maryland State Highway Administration not to remove this protected bike lane.
Page last updated by Colin Browne on November 1, 2021.