exp:eehive_hacksaw allow=” “} Pennsylvania Avenue uses a combination of buffered and protected bike lanes. The older DC’s first two protected bike lanes get, the more spectacular their results seem to become. Freshly compiled bike counts from June 2013 show that the number of people biking in th
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