Washington Area Bicyclist Association

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The mission of the Washington Area Bicyclist Association is to create a healthy, more livable region by promoting bicycling for fun, fitness, and affordable transportation; advocating for better bicycling conditions and transportation choices for a healthier environment; and educating children, adults, and motorists about safe bicycling.

WABA seeks to achieve this through advocacy, outreach, and education initiatives, as well as membership and development growth. Our events and rides provide additional support for our mission. For more information about what we’re working on presently, check out our advocacy priorities.

WABA works for the DC metro area, which includes the following jurisdictions: Washington, DC; Montgomery County; Prince George’s County; Arlington County; Fairfax County; and the city of Alexandria.

DC Bicycle Advisory Council

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The DC Bicycle Advisory Council represents the interests of bicyclists in Washington, DC, local government. The BAC is an official public commission that advises the DC Council on bicycle-related transportation matters. The BAC evaluates legislation, policy and transportation infrastructure, providing analysis and technical expertise to the legislative and executive branches of DC government. The BAC issues advisory recommendations to D.C. elected officials and gives input to the District Department of Transportation regarding the budget and focus of the Comprehensive Bicycle Transportation and Safety Program.

The BAC is comprised of 13 DC residents who are voting members. DC councilmembers each appoint one resident to the BAC. BAC meetings are held at 6 p.m. on the first Wednesday of odd-numbered months at 441 4th St NW, 11th floor. Meetings are open to the public. ID is required to enter the building.

Bike Arlington

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BikeArlington is Arlington County’s bike education and encouragement program. Our mission is to make it easy to get around Arlington by bike. Active modes of transportation, including walking, biking and rolling, are central to Arlington’s vision of an equitable transportation system that enhances the overall quality of life for those who live, work and play in Arlington County. BikeArlington supports this vision by providing programs that support active transportation choices.
Coalition for the Capital Crescent Trail

Coalition for the Capital Crescent Trail

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The Coalition for the Capital Crescent Trail (CCCT) is a non-profit volunteer citizens’ group promoting a first class development of the 11.2 mile Rail-to-Trail conversion from Georgetown, DC, to Silver Spring, MD, for multi-purpose, recreational use.

Friends of Washington & Old Dominion Trail

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Established in 1991, the Friends of the Washington and Old Dominion Trail (or Railroad Regional Park) — FOWOD for short — is a citizen-driven organization dedicated to protecting and improving the W&OD Trail. It was re-established as an advisory body of the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority in 1997. The purpose of the FOWOD is to support and enhance the Washington and Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park (W&OD) as a recreational, environmental and historic resource through volunteer efforts in fund raising, promotion, educational programming and maintenance.

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