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Calendar
Action Committee for Prince George's County Tue, Mar 10 |  Hyattsville City Hall, 4310 Gallatin Street, Hyattsville MD
Get involved in bike advocacy at the local level. Come to a monthly meeting and learn about our campaign: A Safer Suitland Road Learn More
Trail Ranger Coffee Hour Fri, Mar 13 |  The Metropolitan Branch Trail at S St NE.
Stop by to chat and caffeinate on your way to work. Map
The Vasa Ride Sun, Mar 15 |  The House of Sweden, DC
Save the date! More details soon.
The Vasa Ride Sun, Mar 15 |  House of Sweden, 2900 K Street NW, DC
Ride into spring with WABA's annual Vasa Ride hosted by the Embassy of SwedenLearn More
Blog Posts
Introducing Planet Bike, a WABA Business Member Sarah Katz-Hyman

WABA’s Business Members understand the importance of a community that bicycles. Their membership supports our advocacy, outreach and education. Our business members are committed to a sustainable future of our region and are adding their voice to a growing number of bicycle-friendly businesses supporting WABA. Today meet Planet Bike. Planet Bike was founded in 1996 and […]

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Mayor Bowser Commits to Implementing Vision Zero Greg Billing

Last week, Mayor Muriel Bowser stated her committment to Vision Zero in the District of Columbia. The announcement came at last Friday’s press conference with Secretary Foxx of the U.S. Department of Transportation. Vision Zero is a system-wide effort to end traffic-related fatalities and serious injuries for all road users. The Mayor also announced that she will be joining Secretary Foxx’s Mayors’ […]

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Safer Maryland bikeways get the green light Greg Billing

Thanks to new guidelines, curb-protected or buffered bike lanes will be allowed on Maryland state roads. This change could ultimately make many roads much safer.

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