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The $1.9 million of funding approved by the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board will be used to add 200 bikes and 20 docking stations in Rockville and Shady Grove.
Washingtonians may have a reputation as weather wimps, but the Capital Bikeshare program will challenge that notion, rolling right through even the most frigid of winter days. The bike share will due expand this spring, with 36 more stations installed to go along with the 106 already in place in D.C. and Arlington.
EPA employee Barbara Klieforth bikes the six miles to work everyday.
Car Free Day tries to encourage people to get around without using cars.
The Captial BikeShare program got off to a rolling start in D.C. Monday. Under the program, which is the nation's largest, members pay a fee, then use bikes parked at bike stations throughout the region. A bike can be picked up at any station at any time of day and left at any destination.
Tags: Arlington , Adrian Fenty , Jay Fisette , Polly Trottenberg , U.S. Department of Transportation , bicyclist , Washington Area Bicyclist Association , Gabe Klein , District Department of Transportation , Kate Ryan , Sprawl & Crawl