WABA’s discussion of “What to do After a Crash” will be held Tuesday, July 19 at 6pm. Please consider attending this discussion so that you will have the knowledge to protect your rights, or those of a fellow cyclist, in the event of a crash.
You will have the opportunity to ask questions to WABA staff and to local attorneys experienced in representing bicyclists after crashes.
Please RSVP here if you plan to attend.
As mentioned on Greater Greater Washington, WABA routed and participated in a bike tour of Jack Evans throughout Ward 2. The ride was designed to visit key infrastructure elements that affect bicyclists–both positively and negatively–within the the councilmember’s ward.
We appreciate Councilmember Evans taking a morning to experience his ward from the bicyclist’s perspective and to learn more about the existing and proposed facilities that make the area safer for cyclists.
If you want to try your own Ward 2 Bike Tour, a route similar to the one taken with the councilmember is below:
Ward 2 Cue Sheet-public