Maybe the buses and Metro trains in D.C. would be a little more crowded if not for those red and yellow bikes with the fat tires.
It\’s said that women compose just 24 percent of the overall ridership in the D.C. region, and a number of issues help explain the disparity.
Capital Bikeshare is on track to expand to Fairfax County and a
public meeting this week will give neighbors in Reston, Va. a chance to weigh in.
Fairfax Advocates for Better Bicycling gathered this weekend with local leaders to push for more options for getting around by bike.
An avid biker rides all 34 miles of Montgomery County\’s Capital Bikeshare trail.
Smartphone apps are making it easy for millennials to snub car ownership. A new study finds that apps make it easier for those wtihout cars to access alternative transportation options from bikes to buses to rental cars.
The ribbon is about to get cut at three new locations.
As Capital Bikeshare stations are popping up in Bethesda, Silver Spring and Takoma Park, WTOP learns an event to formally launch the program is is coming at the end of September.
Just shy of its three year anniversary in the D.C. area, Capital Bikeshare celebrated a milestone on Sunday, Aug. 18: 5 million rides on the bikesharing system that now averages 10,000 rides each day.
Capital Bikeshare is on the verge of launching in Montgomery County and county officials are planning for a mid-September start to the bike rental program.
With more than 200 Capital Bikeshare stations across the D.C. region
and miles of cycling paths, Washington is truly becoming a bike-friendly city. And now, a local hotel is helping tourists experience the city on two-wheels.
Montgomery County is getting closer to having Bikeshare stations, too.
Capital Bikeshare set a new record Friday. The red bikes were checked out more than 10,100 times – the most rides ever on a weekday.
Dedicated bicycle lanes are already in place on L Street NW and 15th Street NW, but WTOP has learned that in August, new lanes will go into place on M Street NW.