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Trail Ranger Coffee Hour
January 19, 2018 | The Metropolitan Branch Trail at S St NE.
Stop by to chat and caffeinate on your way to work. We'll be setup at 4th and S St from 7:00 am - 9:00 am. Map
Community Cleanup: Anacostia River Trail
January 27, 2018 | Nicholson St & Anacostia Dr SE
Join the WABA Trail Ranger team and a group of commuter volunteers on a quick cleanup of the Pennsylvania Ave Bridge on the Anacostia River Trail. We'll spend about two hours removing trash from both sides of the bridge at some known trash spots. Then folks who are interested are going to head to Art-dreneline Cafe for coffee and conversation led by the Trail Ranger maintenance experts about how trail maintenance in DC works and how to effectively support the trails you ride every day.
Ride to the Rink
January 27, 2018 | Deanwood Aquatic Center, 1350 49th St NE, Washington, DC 20019, USA
Just because the weather has turned cold, it doesn't mean you can't ride your bike. Join us for a ride that celebrates the cold by participating in one of the only outdoor activities you can do once it freezes - ice skating!Sign up!
Action Committee for Montgomery County
January 29, 2018 | Silver Spring Civic Center, One Veterans Place, Silver Spring, MD
Get involved in bike advocacy at the local level! Come to a monthly meeting and learn about our campaigns in Silver Spring and Bethesda. More
We’re Hiring: Bookkeeper (part-time)
by Greg Billing
The Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) seeks an organized professional to manage the financial record keeping of our growing non-profit organization. Position Overview WABA is the region’s leading bicycle advocacy and education non-profit organization, working to make a healthier, more connected region. WABA is growing, and doubled in staff size and budget over the past […]
Long Bridge needs to be, well, LONGER
by Katie Harris
DDOT’s Long Bridge project should include a new trail connection linking Crystal City to the SW Waterfront, Hains Point and the Mount Vernon Trail, but the current plans treats the river as the only barrier for people who bike and walk, ignoring two major highways and the tangle of dangerous intersections, congested sidewalks, and freeway ramps that separate DC from Arlington. DDOT can do better, but they need to hear from you.
Serve on the WABA Board of Directors
by WABA Staff
A message from Paul d’Eustachio, President of the WABA Board of Directors. WABA’s Board of Directors is looking for people with a passion to help make communities in Washington DC, Northern Virginia and suburban Maryland safer and more welcoming environment for people using bikes. To this end, the WABA Board Nominating Committee is searching for […]