Extra Bike Parking Coming To Bethesda
One hundred more bike parking spaces slated for downtown, The Washington Post reports.
If you ride your bike into downtown Bethesda -- or are planning to start after the closures of Lots 31 and 31A -- you're in luck.
One hundred new bicycle parking spaces are set to debut downtown in coming months, The Washington Post reports. The new bike racks will bump the number of bike parking spaces in downtown Bethesda to 300, according to the Post.
The first two bicycle racks will be unveiled May 18 at the corner of Woodmont and Bethesda avenues, the Post reported. May 18 marks Bike to Work Day, and a series of events are planned for the Bethesda pit stop at the same intersection across from the Barnes and Noble.
The rest of the bike racks, which are funded by Bethesda Green, Honest Tea, Federal Realty Investment Trust, the Coca-Cola Company and the Bethesda Urban Partnership, are slated to be installed by mid-June, the Post reports.
Is more bike parking needed in downtown Bethesda? Where do you park your bike downtown? Are you biking more following the closure of Lots 31 and 31A? Tell us in the comments.