Arlington’s opened up another protected bike lane, this time connecting Rosslyn and Courthouse.
This newest lane runs along Wilson Blvd, between N. Quinn Street and N. Courthouse Road near the post office in the area. The county previously built a protected lane between N. Oak and N. Quinn Streets back in 2016.
Today's #betterbikelane update:
Wilson Boulevard has a brand new protected bike lane!
It starts at N Quinn Street in Rosslyn and travels up the hill, ending just before the post office in Courthouse.@ArlingtonDES is on a roll!#protectedbikelanes #rosslynva #bikedc pic.twitter.com/0xoB6t1ApE
— BikeArlington (@BikeArlington) August 21, 2018
In the early going, at least, the new lane seems to be a hit for cyclists and scooter fans alike.
— Claudia Pors (@claudiapors_atp) August 23, 2018
Photo via @juddlumberjack
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