Please let us know what you think about Arlington’s Capital Bikeshare TDP and its draft final expansion plan.

Stop installing Capital Bikeshare stations in the County's parks.

Stop installing Capital Bikeshare stations in the County's parks, such as the ones in Bluemont Junction Park northeast of the intersection of Wilson Boulevard and George Mason Drive and in Oakland Park on Wilson Boulevard near N. Oakland Street. The stations contain large and unsightly signs that detract from the public's enjoyment of the parks. The pads for the bikes pave over green areas, add impervious surfaces to the parks, and increase run-off into the County's streams and the Chesapeake Bay.

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      • AnonymousAnonymous commented  · 

        Disagree. Stations along the parks' bike paths should help increase connectivity throughout the whole system.

      • KevinKevin commented  · 

        I completely disagree. The county's parks with existing paved trails are the perfect place for Capital Bikeshare. I think there should actually be another one in Bluemont, towards the end of the trail.

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