- (Photo: flickr/slocountybicyclecoalition)
Arlington County wants to strategically plot out how to expand and enhance Capital Bikeshare over the course of the next six years as part of its Transit Development Plan. The initial draft chapters reveal many statistics about how the year-and-a-half-old bikeshare system earns money, its demographics, and how often it's used in Arlington.
Tonight Arlington wants to hear from you in the first of two big public meetings. Here's the details:
Thursday, March 29th
George Mason University – Arlington Campus
3351 North Fairfax Drive, Arlington, Virginia, 22201
7:00 – 9:00 pm
Arlington officials have begun releasing several videos to hype the meeting. Bike Arlington's Chris Eatough and the county's commuter services chief Chris Hamilton speak up about the plan, what they hope to accomplish, and why they want to hear from you. Hear their pitches on the Capital Bikeshare plan here:
Read the initial chapters, see the maps, and find ways to comment online at the Bike Arlington website here.