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  • Events on Wed, Oct 1
    Women & Bicycles Coffee Club Wed, Oct 1 | The Coffee Bar, 1201 S St NW, Washington, DC, United States
    Stop in for a cuppa on your way to start the day. Join us
  • Events on Wed, Oct 1
    Gotta Get Up to Get Down ride Wed, Oct 1 | Washington, DC
    On this ride, we'll summit two of the best/worst hills that Northwest has to offer while exploring gearing and shifting to make the slopes work for us instead of against us.Sign Up
  • Events on Sat, Oct 4
    Biking Tour of Southeast DC's Unbuilt Trails Sat, Oct 4 | Anacostia Metro Station, DC
    Come tour the growing network of trails in Southeast DC.Sign Up
  • Events on Sat, Oct 11
    Biking Tour of the WB&A Rail Trail Sat, Oct 11 | Race Track Rd Trail Head Parking Lot, Bowie MD
    Come explore the trail and learn about the efforts to extend the trail in DC and Anna Arundel County.Sign Up
Blog Posts
WABA Supports Bill to Except Bicyclists from Victim-Blaming Negligence Standard after Crashes Shane Farthing

Our testimony in support of the Bicycle and Motor Vehicle Collision Recovery Amendment Act of 2014 is┬áhere. For more information on WABA’s efforts to address this issue, and to get involved in the push for a solution visit our Campaign Page.

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Introducing Foursquare ITP, A WABA Business Member Sarah Katz-Hyman

Foursquare Integrated Transportation Planning (Foursquare ITP) is a transportation planning firm specializing in transit planning, regional long-range transportation planning, transportation demand management, bicycle and pedestrian planning, strategic planning, and the nexus between land use, economic development, and transportation.

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Bike With Your Children This Fall Nelle Pierson

Last week we partnered with Kidical Mass DC organizer Megan Odett to host a Family Bike Workshop at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library. Of all the tips and skills shared, a salient concern stuck out: how do I keep my children warm and dry?

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