3.96 score from hupso.pl for:
vabike.org



HTML Content


Titlevirginia bicycling federation — advocacy, safety, & education

Length: 72, Words: 6
Description advocacy, safety, & education

Length: 34, Words: 3
Keywords pusty
Robots noodp, noydir
Charset UTF-8
Og Meta - Title pusty
Og Meta - Description pusty
Og Meta - Site name pusty
Tytuł powinien zawierać pomiędzy 10 a 70 znaków (ze spacjami), a mniej niż 12 słów w długości.
Meta opis powinien zawierać pomiędzy 50 a 160 znaków (łącznie ze spacjami), a mniej niż 24 słów w długości.
Kodowanie znaków powinny być określone , UTF-8 jest chyba najlepszy zestaw znaków, aby przejść z powodu UTF-8 jest bardziej międzynarodowy kodowaniem.
Otwarte obiekty wykresu powinny być obecne w stronie internetowej (więcej informacji na temat protokołu OpenGraph: http://ogp.me/)

SEO Content

Words/Characters 4962
Text/HTML 39.60 %
Headings H1 11
H2 0
H3 1
H4 0
H5 0
H6 0
H1
virginia bicycling federation
6 newly-designated league cycling instructors (lci) in the shenandoah valley
a ride on the tobacco heritage trail
virginia regional transportation safety roadshows
comparing transportation modes by land usage
league cycling instructor (lci) training in harrisonburg, nov. 11-13
beyond cell and spare tube, you need to bike with auto insurance
making a street safe for all
a road diet for the george washington memorial parkway
public meetings for your input — transportation projects that are recommended for funding
what gets counted, counts: fhwa announces new safety performance measures, including bicycle-pedestrian safety
H2
H3
read more
H4
H5
H6
strong
if you are looking for a safe, long-distance trail to bike or run in southside virginia, give the tobacco heritage trail a ride.
for more information and to register, please visit the svbc website.
b
if you are looking for a safe, long-distance trail to bike or run in southside virginia, give the tobacco heritage trail a ride.
for more information and to register, please visit the svbc website.
i
em if you are looking for a safe, long-distance trail to bike or run in southside virginia, give the tobacco heritage trail a ride.
for more information and to register, please visit the svbc website.
Bolds strong 2
b 2
i 0
em 2
Zawartość strony internetowej powinno zawierać więcej niż 250 słów, z stopa tekst / kod jest wyższy niż 20%.
Pozycji używać znaczników (h1, h2, h3, ...), aby określić temat sekcji lub ustępów na stronie, ale zwykle, użyj mniej niż 6 dla każdego tagu pozycje zachować swoją stronę zwięzły.
Styl używać silnych i kursywy znaczniki podkreślić swoje słowa kluczowe swojej stronie, ale nie nadużywać (mniej niż 16 silnych tagi i 16 znaczników kursywy)

Statystyki strony

twitter:title pusty
twitter:description pusty
google+ itemprop=name pusty
Pliki zewnętrzne 16
Pliki CSS 4
Pliki javascript 12
Plik należy zmniejszyć całkowite odwołanie plików (CSS + JavaScript) do 7-8 maksymalnie.

Linki wewnętrzne i zewnętrzne

Linki 140
Linki wewnętrzne 0
Linki zewnętrzne 140
Linki bez atrybutu Title 119
Linki z atrybutem NOFOLLOW 0
Linki - Użyj atrybutu tytuł dla każdego łącza. Nofollow link jest link, który nie pozwala wyszukiwarkom boty zrealizują są odnośniki no follow. Należy zwracać uwagę na ich użytkowania

Linki wewnętrzne

pusty

Linki zewnętrzne

virginia bicycling federation http://www.vabike.org
about http://www.vabike.org/about-vbf/
members & affiliates http://www.vabike.org/about-vbf/members-and-affiliates/
donate/join http://www.vabike.org/join-vbf/
contact http://www.vabike.org/contact-vbf/
http://twitter.com/vabike
https://www.facebook.com/pages/virginia-bicycling-federation/107297425968394
http://feeds.feedburner.com/virginiabicyclingfederation
donate https://donorbox.org/membership-donation-page-on-website
6 newly-designated league cycling instructors (lci) in the shenandoah valley http://www.vabike.org/6-newly-designated-league-cycling-instructors-lci-in-the-shenandoah-valley/
@vabike https://twitter.com/vabike
0 comments http://www.vabike.org/6-newly-designated-league-cycling-instructors-lci-in-the-shenandoah-valley/#commentform
- http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/rw_11132016_lci_harrisonburg.jpg
http://www.svbcoalition.org/bike-education http://www.svbcoalition.org/bike-education
a ride on the tobacco heritage trail http://www.vabike.org/a-ride-on-the-tobacco-heritage-trail/
0 comments http://www.vabike.org/a-ride-on-the-tobacco-heritage-trail/#commentform
- http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/tobacco-heritage-trail-800x600.jpg
phil riggan http://philriggan.com
tobacco heritage trail http://tobaccoheritagetrail.org/plan-your-trip/trail-webmap/
richmond regional planning district commission http://www.richmondregional.org/
[click to continue…] http://www.vabike.org/a-ride-on-the-tobacco-heritage-trail/#more-9731
virginia regional transportation safety roadshows http://www.vabike.org/virginia-regional-transportation-safety-roadshows/
@vabike https://twitter.com/vabike
0 comments http://www.vabike.org/virginia-regional-transportation-safety-roadshows/#commentform
[click to continue…] http://www.vabike.org/virginia-regional-transportation-safety-roadshows/#more-9728
comparing transportation modes by land usage http://www.vabike.org/comparing-transportation-modes-by-land-usage/
@kevinhposey https://twitter.com/kevinhposey
2 comments http://www.vabike.org/comparing-transportation-modes-by-land-usage/#comments
compared the amount of space occupied by different modes on streets http://humantransit.org/2012/09/the-photo-that-explains-almost-everything.html
atlantic station http://atlanticstation.com/about/
urban heat island https://www.epa.gov/heat-islands
league cycling instructor (lci) training in harrisonburg, nov. 11-13 http://www.vabike.org/league-cycling-instructor-lci-training-in-harrisonburg-nov-11-13/
@vabike https://twitter.com/vabike
0 comments http://www.vabike.org/league-cycling-instructor-lci-training-in-harrisonburg-nov-11-13/#commentform
- http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/theleague-smartcycling.jpg
a seminar http://svbcoalition.org/lci-seminar-hosted-harrisonburg-va-november-11-13/
visit the svbc website http://svbcoalition.org/lci-seminar-hosted-harrisonburg-va-november-11-13/
league cycling instructor (lci) certification http://bikeleague.org/content/become-instructor
bike safety courses http://bikeleague.org/content/find-take-class
beyond cell and spare tube, you need to bike with auto insurance http://www.vabike.org/you-need-to-bike-with-auto-insurance/
0 comments http://www.vabike.org/you-need-to-bike-with-auto-insurance/#commentform
[click to continue…] http://www.vabike.org/you-need-to-bike-with-auto-insurance/#more-9702
making a street safe for all http://www.vabike.org/making-a-street-safe-for-all/
@kevinhposey https://twitter.com/kevinhposey
3 comments http://www.vabike.org/making-a-street-safe-for-all/#comments
struck by a car http://patch.com/virginia/oldtownalexandria/cyclist-suffers-serious-injuries-alexandria-crash-police
woodrow wilson bridge project http://www.vamegaprojects.com/about-megaprojects/i95-telegraph-road/
beg button http://transitized.com/2012/12/30/how-push-to-walk-reduces-the-quality-of-walkable-neighborhoods/
safety and property values http://www.vtpi.org/calming.pdf
well-vetted by the federal highway administration (fhwa) http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/environment/bicycle_pedestrian/publications/sidewalk2/sidewalks209.cfm
new pedestrian/bicycle chapter of the city’s transportation master plan https://www.alexandriava.gov/uploadedfiles/tes/info/2016-05-05_ped%20and%20bike%20master%20plan%20web.pdf
complete streets resolution https://www.alexandriava.gov/uploadedfiles/localmotion/info/gettingaround/street%20resolution.pdf
silver level bike-friendly city http://bikeleague.org/bfa/awards
she wants to slow down the process of building bike facilities on duke http://alextimes.com/2016/04/council-approves-updates-to-pedestrian-and-bicycle-master-plan/
corridor b https://www.alexandriava.gov/uploadedfiles/tes/info/2012-04-27_corridor_b_report_final.pdf
mixed flow brt projects http://onlinepubs.trb.org/onlinepubs/nchrp/nchrp_rrd_336.pdf
eliminates much of the benefit http://iurd.berkeley.edu/wp/2013-01.pdf
over 10 years ago http://onlinepubs.trb.org/onlinepubs/nchrp/nchrp_syn_310.pdf
a road diet for the george washington memorial parkway http://www.vabike.org/a-road-diet-for-the-george-washington-memorial-parkway/
@kevinhposey https://twitter.com/kevinhposey
2 comments http://www.vabike.org/a-road-diet-for-the-george-washington-memorial-parkway/#comments
george washington memorial parkway https://web.archive.org/web/20121108090844/http:/www.nps.gov/history/history/online_books/hih/george_washington/george_washington1.htm
“preserve unimpaired the natural and cultural resources” https://www.nps.gov/aboutus/index.htm
16,000 vehicles http://www.virginiadot.org/info/resources/2009/aadt_us_federal_2009.pdf
20,000 adt set as the maximum http://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/road_diets/info_guide/ch3.cfm#s335
closure of two lanes on the far more heavily used memorial bridge https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=5&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahukewinm7tdtjvmahxead4khfqvaxgqfgg5maq&url=http%3a%2f%2ftrafficsnark.blogspot.com%2f2016_01_01_archive.html&usg=afqjcng2xd56v0-xrcgcybkpor_2f25zya
2000 bikes per day https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/counting-commuters-on-a-bucolic-trail/2013/09/02/0da4700a-054e-11e3-9259-e2aafe5a5f84_story.html
doesn’t reference bicycles explicitly https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/cfr-2015-title36-vol1/xml/cfr-2015-title36-vol1-sec7-96.xml
national capital region draft paved trail study http://parkplanning.nps.gov/document.cfm?parkid=463&projectid=64643&documentid=72193
closed two out of four lanes on the robert moses parkway http://www.preservenet.com/freeways/freewaysmoses.html
remove it entirely http://www.buffalonews.com/city-region/niagara-falls/as-section-of-robert-moses-parkway-is-removed-redesign-concepts-emerge-20150219
comment page https://parkplanning.nps.gov/commentform.cfm?documentid=72193
public meetings for your input — transportation projects that are recommended for funding http://www.vabike.org/public-meetings-for-your-input-transportation-projects-that-are-recommended-for-funding/
@vabike https://twitter.com/vabike
0 comments http://www.vabike.org/public-meetings-for-your-input-transportation-projects-that-are-recommended-for-funding/#commentform
[click to continue…] http://www.vabike.org/public-meetings-for-your-input-transportation-projects-that-are-recommended-for-funding/#more-9653
what gets counted, counts: fhwa announces new safety performance measures, including bicycle-pedestrian safety http://www.vabike.org/fhwa-announces-new-safety-performance-measures-including-bicycle-pedestrian-safety/
@vabike https://twitter.com/vabike
0 comments http://www.vabike.org/fhwa-announces-new-safety-performance-measures-including-bicycle-pedestrian-safety/#commentform
finally, a little accountability for state dots on bike and pedestrian safety http://usa.streetsblog.org/2016/03/15/finally-a-little-accountability-for-state-dots-on-bike-and-pedestrian-safety/#.vuiynbnrbvw.twitter
previous posts http://www.vabike.org/page/2/
2016 legislative wrap-up: dooring bill passes, bike lane bill fails http://www.vabike.org/2016-wrap-up-dooring-bill-passes-bike-lane-bill-fails/
entire virginia capital trail now appears in google maps http://www.vabike.org/entire-virginia-capital-trail-in-google-maps/
roll-on service begins on amtrak’s capitol limited; also to richmond for the cycling world champs http://www.vabike.org/roll-on-service-begins-on-amtraks-capitol-limited/
new “bike smart” psas for richmond http://www.vabike.org/bike-smart-psas-richmond/
the barbara pinter memorial fund http://www.vabike.org/the-barbara-pinter-memorial-fund/
new safety posters available — “light up the night” & “don’t be color blind” http://www.vabike.org/new-safety-posters-available/
new va east coast greenway guide published http://www.vabike.org/new-va-east-coast-greenway-guide-published/
guaranteed camping for touring cyclists at virginia state parks http://www.vabike.org/guaranteed-camping-touring-cyclists-virginia-state-parks/
the virginia mountain bike trail — 480 miles along the appalachians http://www.vabike.org/the-virginia-mountain-bike-trail/
bicycling scofflaws: are you one? http://www.vabike.org/bicycling-scofflaws-are-you-one/
fhwa releases new separated bike lane planning & design guide http://www.vabike.org/fhwa-releases-new-separated-bike-lane-planning-design-guide/
fabb’s new guide for reviewing bicycling facilities in road projects http://www.vabike.org/guide-for-reviewing-bicycling-facilities/
10 mistakes that can derail your bike injury case http://www.vabike.org/10-mistakes-that-can-derail-your-bike-injury-case/
how any town can become bike friendly http://www.vabike.org/boulder-bike-story/
a guide to transportation planning in virginia http://www.vabike.org/guide-to-transportation-planning-in-virginia/
how to report potholes & other hazards http://www.vabike.org/how-to-report-potholes-other-hazards/
dangerous dogs — what cyclists should do http://www.vabike.org/dangerous-dogs-campaign/
find your vdot district http://www.vabike.org/find-your-vdot-district/
virginia bike routes http://www.vabike.org/riding/virginia-bike-routes/
virginia bike trails http://www.vabike.org/riding/virginia-bike-trails/
laws & safety tips (vdot) http://www.virginiadot.org/programs/bk-laws.asp#rights
links http://www.vabike.org/links/
access http://www.vabike.org/category/access/
action alerts http://www.vabike.org/category/action-alerts/
activism http://www.vabike.org/category/activism/
advocacy how-to http://www.vabike.org/category/advocacy-how-to/
bicycle facilities http://www.vabike.org/category/bicycle-facilities/
bicycling friendly awards http://www.vabike.org/category/bicycling-friendly-awards/
bicycling law http://www.vabike.org/category/bicycling-law/
bike 76 http://www.vabike.org/category/bike-76/
bike culture http://www.vabike.org/category/bike-culture-2/
bike route 1 http://www.vabike.org/category/bike-route-1/
centuries http://www.vabike.org/category/centuries-2/
commuting http://www.vabike.org/category/commuting/
east coast greenway http://www.vabike.org/category/east-coast-greenway/
education http://www.vabike.org/category/education/
events http://www.vabike.org/category/events/
featured http://www.vabike.org/category/featured/
grants http://www.vabike.org/category/grants/
jobs http://www.vabike.org/category/jobs/
legislation http://www.vabike.org/category/legislation/
mountain biking http://www.vabike.org/category/mountain-biking/
planning & engineering http://www.vabike.org/category/planning-and-engineering/
policy http://www.vabike.org/category/policy/
politics & elections http://www.vabike.org/category/politics-and-elections/
rails with trails http://www.vabike.org/category/rails-with-trails/
richmond 2015 world cycling championships http://www.vabike.org/category/richmond2015/
safety http://www.vabike.org/category/safety/
uncategorized http://www.vabike.org/category/uncategorized/
university & college campus http://www.vabike.org/category/university-college-campus/
virginia bike routes http://www.vabike.org/category/virginia-bike-routes/
virginia bike trails http://www.vabike.org/category/virginia-bike-trails/
http://twitter.com/vabike
https://www.facebook.com/pages/virginia-bicycling-federation/107297425968394
http://feeds.feedburner.com/virginiabicyclingfederation
http://twitter.com/vabike
https://www.facebook.com/pages/virginia-bicycling-federation/107297425968394
http://feeds.feedburner.com/virginiabicyclingfederation
wp admin http://www.vabike.org/wp-admin/

Zdjęcia

Zdjęcia 22
Zdjęcia bez atrybutu ALT 0
Zdjęcia bez atrybutu TITLE 22
Korzystanie Obraz ALT i TITLE atrybutu dla każdego obrazu.

Zdjęcia bez atrybutu TITLE

http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/rw_11132016_lci_harrisonburg-578x323.jpg
http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/tobacco-heritage-trail-800x600-578x325.jpg
http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/land-use-comparison-1-578x244.jpg
http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/land-use-1-578x735.jpg
http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/land-use-3-578x791.jpg
http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/land-use-2-578x740.jpg
http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/theleague-smartcycling-150x139.jpg
http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/image-578x331.jpeg
http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/012b08401ea4b60f1998d061bddbebe4dca7010470-578x155.jpg
http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/image-4-578x340.jpeg
http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/image-1-578x155.jpg
http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/duke-west-taylor-run-578x228.jpg
http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/image-3-578x277.jpeg
http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/trumpet-interchange-at-telegraph-duke-578x496.jpg
http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/image-6-578x563.jpeg
http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/0110c5a6b20c0ce235df63698bedd15465c71b76a8-578x369.jpg
http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/gw-parkway-existing-578x210.jpg
http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/0124a8b91653953022040c52c684cb6def85737899.jpg
http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/013d5640aebc71b6f0f24729ba7e041b5c8b570274-578x265.jpg
http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/gw-parkway-green-version-578x210.jpg
http://www.vabike.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/mosesparkwayremoval-578x465.jpg
//pixel.quantserve.com/pixel/p-ffar_0m34f91e.gif

Zdjęcia bez atrybutu ALT

empty

Ranking:


Alexa Traffic
Daily Global Rank Trend
Daily Reach (Percent)









Majestic SEO











Text on page:

virginia bicycling federation ≡ menu about members & affiliates donate/join contact donate 6 newly-designated league cycling instructors (lci) in the shenandoah valley admin november 15, 2016 @vabike 0 comments the league of american bicyclists held a league cycling instructor (lci) seminar in harrisonburg, va november 10 thru 13, 2016. the students/new lcis, instructors, and assistants from left: randall wolf (new lci), les leathem (national coach and lci), greg “yogi” gillette (new lci), dan wright (new lci), nick cannon (new lci), brian bauer (lci assistant), misty williams (new lci), kyle lawrence (new lci), thanh dang (lci assistant), laura pyle (lci assistant), and dan finseth, (new lci). harrisonburg, va – november 14, 2016 – the shenandoah valley bicycle coalition (svbc) announced 6 of its members earned the prestigious certification of league cycling instructor (lci) from the league of american bicyclists, a 136-year-old national bicycling and advocacy organization. the new lcis are dan finseth of bridgewater, yogi gillette of harrisonburg, kyle lawrence of harrisonburg, misty williams of harrisonburg, randall wolf of stuarts draft, and dan wright of staunton. they were joined also by nick cannon of wilmington, north carolina. “the lcis complete in-depth training on teaching skills for biking in traffic, on trails, and with groups of riders,” says bill nesper, program director of the league of american bicyclists. “the shenandoah valley has added to its group of knowledgeable instructors who train all levels of riders how to confidently and effectively cycle for fun, fitness, and transportation.” lci seminars educate participants on how to teach bicycle safety and skills to all levels of riders rather than focusing on technical bicycling knowledge. the league cycling instructor designation is only given after a person qualifies for, and excels in, an intense three-day education seminar. “league cycling instructors are the backbone of the league’s education program,” said nesper. “these new lcis have demonstrated a proficiency in teaching, a love of cycling, and a willingness to share these skills with other riders.” svbc awarded scholarships to finseth, gillette, williams, wolf, and wright to participate in the lci seminar. this is the second time that svbc has hosted an lci seminar in harrisonburg; the last time was in 2013 at which time 4 svbc members became certified lcis. “the svbc board is very appreciative of everyone’s dedication to become lcis and are glad we can help support them,” says kyle lawrence, svbc board president who also participated in the lci seminar. “we look forward to seeing continued growth of bicycling in our communities.” for more information on svbc’s bike education committee and their offerings visit http://www.svbcoalition.org/bike-education. ### a ride on the tobacco heritage trail philip riggan october 28, 2016 0 comments tobacco heritage trail – photo by phil riggan if you are looking for a safe, long-distance trail to bike or run in southside virginia, give the tobacco heritage trail a ride. as a part of my work as a transportation planner with the richmond regional transportation planning organization (part of the richmond regional planning district commission), i was given a chance to study and ride the tobacco heritage trail, a rail-to-trail east of south hill. i rode the separated, multiuse trails that connect la crosse, brodnax and lawrenceville in mecklenburg and brunswick counties. there are more than 17 miles of 10-foot paved and crushed stone double track trail along the tobacco heritage trail, and the surface is smooth and well-maintained. [click to continue…] virginia regional transportation safety roadshows admin october 28, 2016 @vabike 0 comments virginia envisions a future where all roadway users arrive safely at their destinations. to save lives and reduce transportation related crashes, all transportation and safety stakeholders play a critical role. participate in a regional transportation safety roadshow meeting to: hear the latest updates to the virginia strategic highway safety plan review regional crash data to understand the local top transportation safety problems learn about and discuss statewide transportation safety performance measures and targets prioritize strategies and actions to address regional transportation safety performance discuss opportunities to implement and evaluate transportation safety programs, policies, and projects for your region please join us at one of the following roadshows: [click to continue…] comparing transportation modes by land usage kevin posey september 8, 2016 @kevinhposey 2 comments you may have seen the meme floating about on twitter and facebook that compared the amount of space occupied by different modes on streets. generally speaking, they show how much space is occupied by cars as compared to buses, people on bikes, and people walking. as i was driving through atlanta recently, i wondered how much space was taken up by the urban interchange below as compared to other modes. this interchange occupies more land than many cities’ central business districts. this is where i-75 and i-85 split north of downtown atlanta. it nearly fills the image. atlantic station, a large office, residential, and shopping complex, is dwarfed by this tangle of ramps. to see how much land a similar split of rail transit lines would use, i looked at one in alexandria, virginia. the dc metro’s yellow and blue lines split here. a railroad track is adjacent to the right. note that i rotated the image to make comparisons easier. as you can see, more tax-yielding businesses and residences are in this picture than in the atlanta image. plus, more greenery is present to help fight the urban heat island that afflicts so many us cities, including atlanta. but what happens at a split of trails for cyclists and pedestrians? this junction of two heavily-used commuter bike/pedestrian routes is hard to discern without the green highlighting. the infrastructure nearly disappears. this is the intersection of the mount vernon trail and the four mile run trail in arlington, virginia. both see heavy commuter usage during rush hour, since washington, dc is located just across the potomac river to the north while various virginia suburbs are located to the west and south. the george washington memorial parkway, amtrak/csx line, and metro run parallel to the mount vernon trail here. the enormous parking lot to the upper right serves reagan national airport. airports are undoubtedly the worst land use gluttons of all (and not just for the runways). land use is an important issue in a dense urban environment. space used for transportation is space that can’t be used for much else. politicians and planners should take heed. league cycling instructor (lci) training in harrisonburg, nov. 11-13 admin september 6, 2016 @vabike 0 comments have you been wanting to get your league cycling instructor certification? complete your training the weekend of november 11-13 in harrisonburg, at a seminar offered by the shenandoah valley bicycle coalition, harrisonburg parks & rec, and of course, the league of american bicyclists. a few scholarships may still be available for those who live or work within rockingham, shenandoah, page, augusta, or rockbridge counties. for more information and to register, please visit the svbc website. the league cycling instructor (lci) certification is america’s most popular, and most widely-recognized bike safety instructor certification. it qualifies you to teach bike safety courses developed by the league of american bicyclists, frequently offered by transportation authorities, parks and recreation departments, schools and universities, bike shops, boy scouts and girls scouts, ymcas, etc. beyond cell and spare tube, you need to bike with auto insurance lauri boxer-macomber august 31, 2016 0 comments cross-posted from bikelaw.com yes, often your car insurance will cover a bike crash. before heading out for a ride most of us intuitively check our air, brakes, chains and cranks and do a once over of our bikes.  we confirm our helmets are secure, our cell phones and garmins are charged, and that we have lights, if we think we’ll need them.  if we are going any significant distance, we ensure our saddlebags have tools, spare tubes, co2 cartridges and that our jersey pockets have got what we need to stay shielded from the elements and sufficiently fueled to go the distance. how many of those among us, though, run through this checklist before heading off on our bikes? life insurance health insurance automobile insurance disability insurance homeowners insurance likewise, how many of those among us know our state minimum automobile insurance coverage statutes or how our own automobile insurance may apply in the event of a bicycle crash?  what about our knowledge of our health insurance plans, the scope of that coverage and how much in co-pays and deductibles we must pay before our insurer is obligated to start making payments?  let’s be honest. we’d prefer to read race results and track koms on strava than study the amendments and endorsements to our insurance policies.  at the beginning of each riding season, we’d rather think about the color and texture of our new handlebar tape than about the size and scope of our uninsured and underinsured coverage.  and, when there is money to spare, we’d rather spend it on new cleats, a new wheelset or on a cool commuter bike than on insurance.  while riding bikes makes us all feel like five-year-olds on our big wheels, thinking about insurance reminds us of our own mortality.  as a result, many of us simply ignore it until it is too late.  the reality is that when we get injured in an automobile v. bicycle crash and suffer physical and other damages, insurance matters.  a current example:  the kalamazoo tragedy let’s take this month’s horrific and unimaginable tragedy in michigan as a current example of why we as bicyclists need to start caring more about insurance.  while i cannot purport to even coming close to understanding the losses and damages of the families of the five bicyclists who were killed in the crash and the four bicyclists who were injured in the crash, when i think about insurance and remedies for these people and families, i cannot help but think about the possibility that their extensive losses and damages might not be covered by mr. pickett (the driver accused of negligently and recklessly causing the crash) and his insurer(s), if any.   [click to continue…] making a street safe for all kevin posey june 1, 2016 @kevinhposey 3 comments on thursday, may 5th of 2016, a person commuting on a bike was struck by a car while trying to cross duke street at west taylor run parkway in alexandria, virginia. the condition of the victim remains very serious at the time of this writing. what caused this near-fatality? the police are still investigating, but bad road design must share the blame. the crash site on duke has more in common with a highway than with a street by a residential area. duke street between west taylor run parkway (left) and the telegraph road interchange (right). duke has multiple lanes, high speed merges, an absence of bike facilities and infrequent crosswalks. it is extraordinarily dangerous for anyone not enshrouded in a ton of steel. yet it separates a residential area to the north from a city-owned soccer field to the south. it is remarkable that a child has not been struck here, so far. the current lane configuration on duke street at west taylor run parkway. this is what kids from the neighborhood have to cross to reach a soccer field. the width of duke street at west taylor run parkway is seven lanes, including turn lanes. that does not include the two-lane service road running parallel to duke. just to the east is a grade-separated interchange that feeds traffic onto a limited access section of telegraph road. that, in turn, leads to a section of the capital beltway that was widened during the woodrow wilson bridge project. telegraph road (center) in alexandria functions as a limited access connector between duke street (top) and the capital beltway/i-95/i-495 (bottom). for much of the early part of this century the virginia department of transportation (vdot) worked on widening telegraph as part of the rebuilding of the woodrow wilson bridge over the potomac river a couple of miles to the east. no changes were made to duke street. the crosswalk at west taylor run parkway is the only one on duke street for a ¾ mile stretch. to the north lie residences; to the south is a soccer field and various commercial land uses. a push-to-walk button, popularly known as a “beg button,” is in place at this crosswalk. this reconstruction of duke street would give more priority to those walking or biking by reducing the number of vehicle lanes to be crossed. what might this section of duke street look like if it were made safer for those walking or on bikes? by default, those in cars would lose priority, but this would benefit surrounding neighborhoods tremendously. cut-through traffic accessing the beltway during the afternoon rush hour puts a serious strain on the neighborhoods to the north. if such traffic is thwarted, residents benefit in terms of both safety and property values, as nobody likes living next to a jammed, polluting road. an aerial view of a reimagined duke street at west taylor run parkway. note how duke street is essentially converted from a highway to an urban boulevard. this plan is entirely my own and i do not claim perfection, but it is a starting point for coming up with a desperately-needed fix. note that one lane westbound is removed. this will require traffic exiting northbound telegraph road onto duke street via the loop ramp (see picture above) to come to a complete halt, rather than simply race into their own lane. that’s a good thing, as a crosswalk with frequently-damaged flashing beacons is located at the end of the ramp. drivers have a hard time adjusting from 45 mph down to a full stop when they aren’t expecting it. requiring a full stop at all times makes matters more predictable. there are supposed to be two flashing beacons at this crosswalk along westbound duke at the ramp exiting northbound telegraph. it keeps getting obliterated by motorists who, when surprised by unexpected stopping of vehicles in front of them, veer off the road. anything in their way is hit, whether a sign or a person waiting to cross. a fully-separated, bi-directional separated bikeway is located on the north side of duke. currently, there is no real provision for people on bikes, other than a few meaningless sharrows. a separated bikeway also extends across duke at east taylor run parkway. it heads towards a tunnel under the nearby railyard, though that tunnel’s access must also be re-engineered as it features a stair. note that the service road on the north side of duke is severely truncated. its purpose is to provide access to adjacent businesses. with duke street calmer, a complete parallel route would no longer be necessary. this also eliminates complex, and unworkable, intersections such as that where the service road currently meets west taylor run parkway. note how the vertices of the intersections of ramps with duke street are tightened. this requires either a full stop or a dramatic slowing by motorists. motorist behavior would become much more consistent, leading to fewer flashing beacons being smashed. my plan bans most left turns onto duke from streets southbound out of the neighborhood to the north. the one that remains would not be able to access southbound telegraph directly. while this means that residents would have to go a bit further in order to access legal u-turn points, their neighborhood would see cut-through traffic eliminated via this added delay. this is an effective practice well-vetted by the federal highway administration (fhwa). at the crash site, itself, the right turn lane from westbound duke to northbound west taylor run is eliminated. with the service road truncated, it is no longer required. as stated previously, one westbound through-lane on duke is gone. that makes the crosswalk on duke shorter. additionally, the beginning of the ramp from eastbound duke to southbound telegraph road begins further to the east. this discourages drivers entering the ramp from accelerating to high speed, as they have a tighter turn to negotiate as they head onto telegraph. although i left it in, the far-right lane on duke accessing this ramp could be eliminated and further calm eastbound duke traffic. its role is purely for stacking capacity. that can no longer take precedence over the safety of vulnerable street users, now that the city has adopted vision zero and complete streets. in light of this crash, will the city take quick action to make duke street safe via a plan such as mine? on paper, the answer should be yes, due to policy positions staked out by alexandria’s city council. the new pedestrian/bicycle chapter of the city’s transportation master plan embraces vision zero. the city council adopted a complete streets resolution in 2011. these positions led to alexandria being named a silver level bike-friendly city by the league of american bicyclists. but work will not soon begin on fixing the street around the crash site. at least one councilmember is on record stating that she wants to slow down the process of building bike facilities on duke while discussions continue on proposed bus rapid transit (brt) for duke street, otherwise known as the corridor b transitway. note how people who bike are relegated to an off-duke facility that is to be “examined.” corridor b will run in mixed traffic for much of its length. that mixed flow generally comes to a halt just west of the crash’s location, so the “r” in “brt” is questionable. mixed flow brt projects are subject to the same congestion delays as normal bus services. that eliminates much of the benefit such systems use to attract ridership. however, where duke is at least six lanes wide, the brt will get dedicated right of way. that includes duke street between the telegraph road interchange and west taylor run parkway. but don’t go planning any trips on it, as no timeline for construction, or even funding, exists. the question boils down to this: should major changes to make duke street safe for all users be put off for years in anticipation of a mixed-flow brt scheme. or should the city go ahead and implement its vision zero and complete streets policies as soon as possible by reconstructing dangerous portions of duke street, such as the crash site, even if it means foregoing brt? mayors and members of council have received requests to reactivate or replace this broken red light camera and expand coverage to both sides of duke street. no actions or even studies have been forthcoming. the alexandria city government is already well aware of the risk posed by motorist behavior at this intersection. red light cameras were installed here over 10 years ago, but they are not functioning. even if they were reactivated, the high-speed road design is still a risk to the public. the need to do something is critical. as with all fixes designed to make streets safer, the question is whether there is sufficient political will push aside an obstructing priority. if the obstructing priority is an unfunded brt plan that indefinitely delays the protection human life, so be it. a road diet for the george washington memorial parkway kevin posey april 30, 2016 @kevinhposey 2 comments in 1932, the southern section of the george washington memorial parkway (gwmp) opened to traffic. conceived as a means to ease tourist access to george washington’s home at mount vernon, it morphed throughout the latter part of the 20th century into a motorist commuter route for far-flung suburbanites heading to the district of columbia. both the road and the adjacent mount vernon trail are maintained by the national park service (nps), whose mission is to “preserve unimpaired the natural and cultural resources” of the united states. you will not find anywhere in its mission statement that it is to provide fast, convenient commuter routes for the suburbs of washington, dc. this is the george washington memorial parkway today: four high-speed lanes, no traffic lights, controlled access, and a narrow multiuser trail parallel to the roadway. all of this is next to the potomac river. average daily traffic (adt) volumes on the gwmp within the last few years have been approximately 16,000 vehicles, a number that isn’t huge but certainly lessens the road’s original scenic purpose. birdsong is impossible to hear with the din of suvs in the background. note how close the four lanes of traffic are to the trail on the right. also, note that no crosswalks are present at this busy intersection. nor are there any signals to stop traffic for people crossing on foot or by bike. that adt number is also well within the 20,000 adt set as the maximum for the practical implementation of a road diet as decreed by the us federal highway administration (fhwa). that fhwa maximum is, itself, arbitrarily low based on real-world observations. for example, no significant increase in regional congestion was caused by the 2015 closure of two lanes on the far more heavily used memorial bridge just to the north. parallel to the four-lane gwmp is the mount vernon trail, a winding, narrow multiuser trail. in recent years, this trail has become a major commuter route for people who bike to and from dc. upwards of 2000 bikes per day hit the trail, despite the trail’s narrowness. people who walk and bike must share this trail, as signs along the road prohibit bicycles from the road. interestingly, the federal code governing the road’s usage doesn’t reference bicycles explicitly. nor does the code prohibit changes to the amount of space on the roadway given over to motorists. bikes are not allowed on the lightly-traveled parkway. instead, they are forced onto the adjacent mount vernon trail. recently, the national park service released its national capital region draft paved trail study for comment. the study is an update of the 1990 plan written in an era when bicycling in the us was less of an everyday transportation mode and more of a recreational activity. the plan tends to view the trails in isolation. there’s no mention of what mode will get priority when there is conflict, such as when people on bikes or on foot must cross the road for access to trails. it also does not address the feasibility of road diets that would balance out mode space on routes like the southern section of the gwmp. does it make sense that cars on the southern section (below alexandria) of the gwmp are given four lanes of space while bikes and pedestrians are crammed onto the narrow, winding mvt? both are major commuter routes, but whereas the mvt is overcrowded at 2000 adt, the gwmp is half-empty at 16,000 adt. in essence, the trail is under-built, while the road is over-built. if the draft paved trail plan truly acknowledged the modern and future needs of this particular route, discussion of a road diet on the gwmp would be on the table. the road could easily be shrunk to one vehicle lane in each direction with adjacent buffered bike lanes. the mvt could be given over entirely to people who walk, eliminating potentially hazardous bike-pedestrian conflicts. a road diet on the gwmp would leave two lanes for motorists, buffered bike lanes on the remaining space, and leave the mount vernon trail exclusively for use by those on foot. this is not without precedent. in 2001 the state of new york closed two out of four lanes on the robert moses parkway in the niagara falls region. as with the gwmp, this highway was controlled access with an eye towards enhancing tourist traffic while providing access to scenic beauty. instead, it proved to be such a failure in all regards that local advocates didn’t stop with a road diet. they pushed through a plan to remove it entirely for at least a two mile stretch. if the state of new york can pull this off, despite actually having a mandate to provide speedy transportation options, why can’t the national park service? the robert moses parkway in the niagara river region was very similar to the george washington parkway, until a road diet was implemented. now a two-mile portion will be removed to allow better river access. nps has an opportunity to shift its focus in the national capital region away from an old-school, road-centric mindset to a more sustainable approach that also recognizes the changing commuter habits of younger generations. if you agree, send the national park service your comments via their comment page. you have until may 19th to do so. after that, you may have to wait another quarter-century to get your input to them. public meetings for your input — transportation projects that are recommended for funding admin april 11, 2016 @vabike 0 comments release: immediate contact: tamara rollison 804-786-2715, tamara.rollison@vdot.virginia.gov co-93310 march 21, 2016 your input is needed on virginia transportation projects that are scored and recommended for funding richmond – the public is invited to share comments on transportation projects that have been scored and recommended for funding through virginia’s new data-driven, prioritization process. this process was used to score nearly 300 transportation projects proposed by localities and regional planning bodies across the state. the scoring is a key part of a new law, referred to as house bill 2, to invest limited tax dollars in the right transportation projects. the commonwealth transportation board will consider public comments as it develops the six-year improvement program (fy 2017-2022). the program allocates public funds to highway, road, bridge, rail, bicycle, pedestrian and public transportation projects. the ctb will select the final list of scored projects to be included in the six-year program following public meetings listed below. [click to continue…] what gets counted, counts: fhwa announces new safety performance measures, including bicycle-pedestrian safety admin march 14, 2016 @vabike 0 comments washington – the u.s. department of transportation’s federal highway administration (fhwa) today published new safety performance measures as part of its national safety program, calling for state and regional targets to help reduce highway deaths and injuries, including for the first time, those among people walking and bicycling. the new regulations call for improved data on roadway features and a consistent definition of serious injuries. “the department has been working hard with communities around the country to reduce the growing number of pedestrian and bicyclist injuries and fatalities,” said u.s. transportation secretary anthony foxx. “having a uniform national performance measure will help us all work together to save lives.” the addition of bicycle-pedestrian performance measures is an acknowledgement that non-motorized safety is of particular concern and improving conditions and safety for bicycling and walking will help create an integrated, intermodal transportation system that provides travelers with real choices. the safety performance measures come as part of new rules to implement the moving ahead for progress in the 21st century act (map-21) performance management requirements for safety and update the highway safety improvement program (hsip). major provisions involve requirements for all states to evaluate and report more effectively on surface transportation safety across the country. “together, the rules will enhance a data-driven approach to making safety decisions, improve collaboration across a wide range of safety partners, and provide transparency for the american public,” said federal highway administrator gregory nadeau. “most importantly, the rules will help save lives as states set and report on safety targets.” the regulations will require reporting on the number and rate of all traffic fatalities and serious injuries, as well as a combined non-motorized pedestrian and bicycle injury and fatality measure. states and regional targets and progress on all five measures will be available through a public reporting system and will be aggregated at the national level. state departments of transportation and metropolitan planning organizations will be required to use the information in their investment programming and will be accountable to achieving annual their targets. the final rule also simplifies the method of determining target achievement. these rules implement not only the map-21 requirements, but also modifications called for by the more recent fixing america’s surface transportation (fast) act. with the recent increase in roadway deaths, the new approach to fhwa safety programs is timely. it also marks an important change in the management of the federal-aid highway program to become performance-driven. # # # read more finally, a little accountability for state dots on bike and pedestrian safety (streetsblog usa) previous posts get updates by email don’t miss a thing! legislative updates, action alerts, the latest news… search this site featured articles 2016 legislative wrap-up: dooring bill passes, bike lane bill fails entire virginia capital trail now appears in google maps roll-on service begins on amtrak’s capitol limited; also to richmond for the cycling world champs new “bike smart” psas for richmond the barbara pinter memorial fund new safety posters available — “light up the night” & “don’t be color blind” new va east coast greenway guide published guaranteed camping for touring cyclists at virginia state parks the virginia mountain bike trail — 480 miles along the appalachians bicycling scofflaws: are you one? advocacy how-to fhwa releases new separated bike lane planning & design guide fabb’s new guide for reviewing bicycling facilities in road projects 10 mistakes that can derail your bike injury case how any town can become bike friendly a guide to transportation planning in virginia how to report potholes & other hazards dangerous dogs — what cyclists should do find your vdot district riding in virginiavirginia bike routes virginia bike trails laws & safety tips (vdot) links more articles access action alerts activism advocacy how-to bicycle facilities bicycling friendly awards bicycling law bike 76 bike culture bike route 1 centuries commuting east coast greenway education events featured grants jobs legislation mountain biking planning & engineering policy politics & elections rails with trails richmond 2015 world cycling championships safety uncategorized university & college campus virginia bike routes virginia bike trails wp admin


Here you find all texts from your page as Google (googlebot) and others search engines seen it.

Words density analysis:

Numbers of all words: 4974

One word

Two words phrases

Three words phrases

the - 6.96% (346)
and - 2.94% (146)
for - 1.55% (77)
bike - 1.07% (53)
that - 0.97% (48)
way - 0.92% (46)
our - 0.88% (44)
are - 0.88% (44)
his - 0.86% (43)
this - 0.84% (42)
rail - 0.84% (42)
all - 0.84% (42)
out - 0.84% (42)
road - 0.82% (41)
safe - 0.76% (38)
duke - 0.74% (37)
trail - 0.7% (35)
transportation - 0.64% (32)
safety - 0.62% (31)
street - 0.62% (31)
new - 0.6% (30)
red - 0.6% (30)
with - 0.52% (26)
lci - 0.52% (26)
not - 0.5% (25)
din - 0.5% (25)
will - 0.5% (25)
park - 0.5% (25)
lane - 0.48% (24)
era - 0.46% (23)
use - 0.46% (23)
how - 0.44% (22)
you - 0.44% (22)
cycling - 0.44% (22)
virginia - 0.44% (22)
plan - 0.42% (21)
run - 0.42% (21)
was - 0.42% (21)
can - 0.42% (21)
les - 0.4% (20)
cross - 0.4% (20)
per - 0.4% (20)
part - 0.4% (20)
more - 0.36% (18)
here - 0.36% (18)
nor - 0.36% (18)
high - 0.34% (17)
one - 0.34% (17)
parkway - 0.34% (17)
ton - 0.34% (17)
act - 0.34% (17)
list - 0.32% (16)
over - 0.32% (16)
get - 0.32% (16)
insurance - 0.32% (16)
have - 0.32% (16)
2016 - 0.3% (15)
from - 0.3% (15)
walk - 0.3% (15)
west - 0.3% (15)
own - 0.3% (15)
league - 0.3% (15)
region - 0.3% (15)
state - 0.3% (15)
access - 0.3% (15)
traffic - 0.3% (15)
end - 0.3% (15)
comment - 0.3% (15)
rate - 0.28% (14)
crash - 0.28% (14)
low - 0.28% (14)
cycle - 0.28% (14)
side - 0.28% (14)
able - 0.28% (14)
comments - 0.26% (13)
lanes - 0.26% (13)
also - 0.26% (13)
bicycle - 0.26% (13)
but - 0.26% (13)
north - 0.26% (13)
led - 0.26% (13)
its - 0.26% (13)
any - 0.26% (13)
highway - 0.24% (12)
she - 0.24% (12)
east - 0.24% (12)
would - 0.24% (12)
cyclists - 0.24% (12)
national - 0.24% (12)
instructor - 0.22% (11)
program - 0.22% (11)
section - 0.22% (11)
people - 0.22% (11)
now - 0.22% (11)
sign - 0.22% (11)
bicycling - 0.22% (11)
who - 0.22% (11)
mount - 0.22% (11)
pedestrian - 0.22% (11)
south - 0.22% (11)
route - 0.22% (11)
right - 0.22% (11)
than - 0.22% (11)
about - 0.2% (10)
regional - 0.2% (10)
your - 0.2% (10)
projects - 0.2% (10)
city - 0.2% (10)
telegraph - 0.2% (10)
bicyclist - 0.2% (10)
bikes - 0.2% (10)
taylor - 0.2% (10)
off - 0.2% (10)
admin - 0.2% (10)
service - 0.2% (10)
space - 0.18% (9)
public - 0.18% (9)
gwmp - 0.18% (9)
law - 0.18% (9)
change - 0.18% (9)
harrisonburg - 0.18% (9)
washington - 0.18% (9)
while - 0.18% (9)
performance - 0.18% (9)
what - 0.18% (9)
through - 0.18% (9)
much - 0.18% (9)
way. - 0.18% (9)
rails - 0.18% (9)
svbc - 0.18% (9)
ride - 0.18% (9)
time - 0.18% (9)
they - 0.18% (9)
their - 0.18% (9)
has - 0.18% (9)
bicyclists - 0.18% (9)
(lci - 0.16% (8)
light - 0.16% (8)
dan - 0.16% (8)
top - 0.16% (8)
commuter - 0.16% (8)
two - 0.16% (8)
measure - 0.16% (8)
make - 0.16% (8)
used - 0.16% (8)
take - 0.16% (8)
note - 0.16% (8)
come - 0.16% (8)
ramp - 0.16% (8)
those - 0.16% (8)
require - 0.16% (8)
know - 0.16% (8)
ease - 0.16% (8)
there - 0.16% (8)
car - 0.16% (8)
even - 0.16% (8)
planning - 0.16% (8)
river - 0.16% (8)
when - 0.16% (8)
need - 0.16% (8)
trails - 0.16% (8)
head - 0.14% (7)
see - 0.14% (7)
motorist - 0.14% (7)
other - 0.14% (7)
harrisonburg, - 0.14% (7)
set - 0.14% (7)
may - 0.14% (7)
fhwa - 0.14% (7)
streets - 0.14% (7)
land - 0.14% (7)
seminar - 0.14% (7)
four - 0.14% (7)
mile - 0.14% (7)
(new - 0.14% (7)
vernon - 0.14% (7)
help - 0.14% (7)
brt - 0.14% (7)
alexandria - 0.14% (7)
each - 0.14% (7)
crosswalk - 0.14% (7)
give - 0.14% (7)
work - 0.14% (7)
mode - 0.14% (7)
were - 0.14% (7)
such - 0.14% (7)
american - 0.14% (7)
complete - 0.14% (7)
lci), - 0.14% (7)
bus - 0.14% (7)
fund - 0.14% (7)
diet - 0.14% (7)
day - 0.12% (6)
target - 0.12% (6)
separated - 0.12% (6)
stop - 0.12% (6)
parkway. - 0.12% (6)
george - 0.12% (6)
gets - 0.12% (6)
rail, - 0.12% (6)
been - 0.12% (6)
cover - 0.12% (6)
onto - 0.12% (6)
routes - 0.12% (6)
memorial - 0.12% (6)
just - 0.12% (6)
wide - 0.12% (6)
turn - 0.12% (6)
federal - 0.12% (6)
kevin - 0.12% (6)
design - 0.12% (6)
richmond - 0.12% (6)
site - 0.12% (6)
where - 0.12% (6)
continue - 0.12% (6)
lcis - 0.12% (6)
measures - 0.12% (6)
implement - 0.12% (6)
vision - 0.12% (6)
bridge - 0.12% (6)
posey - 0.12% (6)
urban - 0.1% (5)
interchange - 0.1% (5)
well - 0.1% (5)
most - 0.1% (5)
like - 0.1% (5)
riders - 0.1% (5)
(lci) - 0.1% (5)
should - 0.1% (5)
parallel - 0.1% (5)
“the - 0.1% (5)
given - 0.1% (5)
begin - 0.1% (5)
recent - 0.1% (5)
does - 0.1% (5)
across - 0.1% (5)
become - 0.1% (5)
auto - 0.1% (5)
trail, - 0.1% (5)
intersection - 0.1% (5)
tobacco - 0.1% (5)
department - 0.1% (5)
rule - 0.1% (5)
must - 0.1% (5)
knowledge - 0.1% (5)
heritage - 0.1% (5)
– - 0.1% (5)
priority - 0.1% (5)
train - 0.1% (5)
walking - 0.1% (5)
number - 0.1% (5)
shenandoah - 0.1% (5)
think - 0.1% (5)
put - 0.1% (5)
@vabike - 0.1% (5)
update - 0.1% (5)
both - 0.1% (5)
roadway - 0.1% (5)
targets - 0.1% (5)
action - 0.1% (5)
education - 0.1% (5)
under - 0.1% (5)
current - 0.1% (5)
speed - 0.1% (5)
very - 0.1% (5)
neighborhood - 0.1% (5)
these - 0.1% (5)
adjacent - 0.1% (5)
many - 0.1% (5)
bit - 0.1% (5)
capital - 0.1% (5)
provide - 0.1% (5)
adt - 0.1% (5)
report - 0.1% (5)
dang - 0.08% (4)
lose - 0.08% (4)
district - 0.08% (4)
green - 0.08% (4)
limited - 0.08% (4)
study - 0.08% (4)
virginia. - 0.08% (4)
improve - 0.08% (4)
major - 0.08% (4)
view - 0.08% (4)
show - 0.08% (4)
foot - 0.08% (4)
miss - 0.08% (4)
share - 0.08% (4)
november - 0.08% (4)
members - 0.08% (4)
early - 0.08% (4)
century - 0.08% (4)
road. - 0.08% (4)
facilities - 0.08% (4)
score - 0.08% (4)
split - 0.08% (4)
coverage - 0.08% (4)
vdot - 0.08% (4)
bill - 0.08% (4)
left - 0.08% (4)
automobile - 0.08% (4)
years - 0.08% (4)
less - 0.08% (4)
atlanta - 0.08% (4)
valley - 0.08% (4)
vehicle - 0.08% (4)
spare - 0.08% (4)
posed - 0.08% (4)
including - 0.08% (4)
guide - 0.08% (4)
far - 0.08% (4)
look - 0.08% (4)
motorists - 0.08% (4)
instructors - 0.08% (4)
— - 0.08% (4)
discuss - 0.08% (4)
certification - 0.08% (4)
real - 0.08% (4)
full - 0.08% (4)
data - 0.08% (4)
westbound - 0.08% (4)
down - 0.08% (4)
rather - 0.08% (4)
teach - 0.08% (4)
injuries - 0.08% (4)
located - 0.08% (4)
[click - 0.08% (4)
rules - 0.08% (4)
council - 0.08% (4)
via - 0.08% (4)
live - 0.08% (4)
along - 0.08% (4)
serious - 0.08% (4)
few - 0.08% (4)
entire - 0.08% (4)
funding - 0.08% (4)
level - 0.08% (4)
lawrence - 0.08% (4)
continue…] - 0.08% (4)
states - 0.08% (4)
mixed - 0.08% (4)
narrow - 0.08% (4)
lanes, - 0.06% (3)
coalition - 0.06% (3)
between - 0.06% (3)
residential - 0.06% (3)
soccer - 0.06% (3)
advocacy - 0.06% (3)
field - 0.06% (3)
include - 0.06% (3)
remove - 0.06% (3)
dangerous - 0.06% (3)
policies - 0.06% (3)
beltway - 0.06% (3)
least - 0.06% (3)
wolf - 0.06% (3)
could - 0.06% (3)
mission - 0.06% (3)
zero - 0.06% (3)
wright - 0.06% (3)
southern - 0.06% (3)
push - 0.06% (3)
effective - 0.06% (3)
process - 0.06% (3)
flow - 0.06% (3)
six - 0.06% (3)
gillette - 0.06% (3)
don’t - 0.06% (3)
question - 0.06% (3)
greg - 0.06% (3)
administration - 0.06% (3)
eliminated - 0.06% (3)
changes - 0.06% (3)
flashing - 0.06% (3)
mvt - 0.06% (3)
lie - 0.06% (3)
benefit - 0.06% (3)
draft - 0.06% (3)
north. - 0.06% (3)
entirely - 0.06% (3)
northbound - 0.06% (3)
beacons - 0.06% (3)
further - 0.06% (3)
kyle - 0.06% (3)
williams - 0.06% (3)
though - 0.06% (3)
assistant), - 0.06% (3)
longer - 0.06% (3)
southbound - 0.06% (3)
means - 0.06% (3)
finseth - 0.06% (3)
race - 0.06% (3)
final - 0.06% (3)
updates - 0.06% (3)
rush - 0.06% (3)
once - 0.06% (3)
local - 0.06% (3)
among - 0.06% (3)
bicyclists. - 0.06% (3)
cars - 0.06% (3)
world - 0.06% (3)
during - 0.06% (3)
heading - 0.06% (3)
invest - 0.06% (3)
meeting - 0.06% (3)
pay - 0.06% (3)
scored - 0.06% (3)
roadshow - 0.06% (3)
metro - 0.06% (3)
start - 0.06% (3)
(fhwa) - 0.06% (3)
before - 0.06% (3)
reduce - 0.06% (3)
within - 0.06% (3)
important - 0.06% (3)
@kevinhposey - 0.06% (3)
after - 0.06% (3)
parks - 0.06% (3)
usage - 0.06% (3)
still - 0.06% (3)
available - 0.06% (3)
compared - 0.06% (3)
system - 0.06% (3)
call - 0.06% (3)
modes - 0.06% (3)
participate - 0.06% (3)
join - 0.06% (3)
person - 0.06% (3)
board - 0.06% (3)
potomac - 0.06% (3)
making - 0.06% (3)
hard - 0.06% (3)
we’d - 0.06% (3)
input - 0.06% (3)
read - 0.06% (3)
coming - 0.06% (3)
close - 0.06% (3)
skills - 0.06% (3)
said - 0.06% (3)
multiuse - 0.06% (3)
damages - 0.06% (3)
five - 0.06% (3)
miles - 0.06% (3)
nearly - 0.06% (3)
friendly - 0.06% (3)
driver - 0.06% (3)
approach - 0.06% (3)
training - 0.06% (3)
information - 0.06% (3)
organization - 0.06% (3)
transit - 0.06% (3)
example - 0.06% (3)
only - 0.06% (3)
image - 0.06% (3)
recommended - 0.06% (3)
seminar. - 0.06% (3)
lives - 0.06% (3)
below - 0.06% (3)
save - 0.06% (3)
users - 0.06% (3)
riding - 0.06% (3)
business - 0.06% (3)
requirements - 0.06% (3)
surface - 0.06% (3)
biking - 0.06% (3)
track - 0.06% (3)
paved - 0.06% (3)
makes - 0.06% (3)
until - 0.06% (3)
programs - 0.04% (2)
16,000 - 0.04% (2)
map-21 - 0.04% (2)
required - 0.04% (2)
departments - 0.04% (2)
multiuser - 0.04% (2)
targets. - 0.04% (2)
injury - 0.04% (2)
fatality - 0.04% (2)
portion - 0.04% (2)
controlled - 0.04% (2)
obstructing - 0.04% (2)
alerts - 0.04% (2)
laws - 0.04% (2)
camera - 0.04% (2)
town - 0.04% (2)
how-to - 0.04% (2)
risk - 0.04% (2)
mountain - 0.04% (2)
intersection. - 0.04% (2)
high-speed - 0.04% (2)
sufficient - 0.04% (2)
greenway - 0.04% (2)
coast - 0.04% (2)
contact - 0.04% (2)
april - 0.04% (2)
appears - 0.04% (2)
scenic - 0.04% (2)
articles - 0.04% (2)
featured - 0.04% (2)
tourist - 0.04% (2)
legislative - 0.04% (2)
home - 0.04% (2)
maintained - 0.04% (2)
previous - 0.04% (2)
find - 0.04% (2)
dc. - 0.04% (2)
road’s - 0.04% (2)
non-motorized - 0.04% (2)
fatalities - 0.04% (2)
leave - 0.04% (2)
six-year - 0.04% (2)
projects. - 0.04% (2)
tends - 0.04% (2)
tax - 0.04% (2)
pedestrians - 0.04% (2)
winding - 0.04% (2)
particular - 0.04% (2)
discussion - 0.04% (2)
needed - 0.04% (2)
table. - 0.04% (2)
direction - 0.04% (2)
reactivate - 0.04% (2)
march - 0.04% (2)
buffered - 0.04% (2)
rollison - 0.04% (2)
bicycle-pedestrian - 0.04% (2)
tamara - 0.04% (2)
york - 0.04% (2)
robert - 0.04% (2)
moses - 0.04% (2)
meetings - 0.04% (2)
them. - 0.04% (2)
niagara - 0.04% (2)
proved - 0.04% (2)
wait - 0.04% (2)
15, - 0.04% (2)
focus - 0.04% (2)
nps - 0.04% (2)
allow - 0.04% (2)
removed - 0.04% (2)
improvement - 0.04% (2)
u.s. - 0.04% (2)
randall - 0.04% (2)
2000 - 0.04% (2)
crosswalks - 0.04% (2)
donate - 0.04% (2)
reporting - 0.04% (2)
data-driven - 0.04% (2)
maximum - 0.04% (2)
management - 0.04% (2)
is, - 0.04% (2)
progress - 0.04% (2)
increase - 0.04% (2)
2015 - 0.04% (2)
heavily - 0.04% (2)
trail. - 0.04% (2)
having - 0.04% (2)
addition - 0.04% (2)
together - 0.04% (2)
instead, - 0.04% (2)
country - 0.04% (2)
communities - 0.04% (2)
hit - 0.04% (2)
consistent - 0.04% (2)
despite - 0.04% (2)
regulations - 0.04% (2)
injuries, - 0.04% (2)
deaths - 0.04% (2)
program, - 0.04% (2)
prohibit - 0.04% (2)
bicycles - 0.04% (2)
published - 0.04% (2)
today - 0.04% (2)
code - 0.04% (2)
october - 0.04% (2)
street. - 0.04% (2)
possible - 0.04% (2)
frequently - 0.04% (2)
group - 0.04% (2)
yes, - 0.04% (2)
august - 0.04% (2)
levels - 0.04% (2)
cell - 0.04% (2)
scouts - 0.04% (2)
recreation - 0.04% (2)
america’s - 0.04% (2)
added - 0.04% (2)
offered - 0.04% (2)
effectively - 0.04% (2)
11-13 - 0.04% (2)
can’t - 0.04% (2)
parkway, - 0.04% (2)
south. - 0.04% (2)
suburbs - 0.04% (2)
various - 0.04% (2)
check - 0.04% (2)
lights, - 0.04% (2)
qualifies - 0.04% (2)
insurer - 0.04% (2)
tragedy - 0.04% (2)
injured - 0.04% (2)
too - 0.04% (2)
simply - 0.04% (2)
insurance.  - 0.04% (2)
color - 0.04% (2)
beginning - 0.04% (2)
let’s - 0.04% (2)
scope - 0.04% (2)
going - 0.04% (2)
event - 0.04% (2)
says - 0.04% (2)
health - 0.04% (2)
life - 0.04% (2)
bikes? - 0.04% (2)
us, - 0.04% (2)
got - 0.04% (2)
significant - 0.04% (2)
washington, - 0.04% (2)
without - 0.04% (2)
cannot - 0.04% (2)
critical - 0.04% (2)
last - 0.04% (2)
evaluate - 0.04% (2)
address - 0.04% (2)
actions - 0.04% (2)
understand - 0.04% (2)
review - 0.04% (2)
latest - 0.04% (2)
hear - 0.04% (2)
future - 0.04% (2)
following - 0.04% (2)
roadshows - 0.04% (2)
counties. - 0.04% (2)
connect - 0.04% (2)
separated, - 0.04% (2)
visit - 0.04% (2)
planner - 0.04% (2)
riggan - 0.04% (2)
phil - 0.04% (2)
please - 0.04% (2)
september - 0.04% (2)
in, - 0.04% (2)
similar - 0.04% (2)
present - 0.04% (2)
picture - 0.04% (2)
residences - 0.04% (2)
businesses - 0.04% (2)
right. - 0.04% (2)
here. - 0.04% (2)
alexandria, - 0.04% (2)
lines - 0.04% (2)
complex, - 0.04% (2)
amount - 0.04% (2)
image. - 0.04% (2)
atlanta. - 0.04% (2)
recently, - 0.04% (2)
bikes, - 0.04% (2)
generally - 0.04% (2)
streets. - 0.04% (2)
occupied - 0.04% (2)
scholarships - 0.04% (2)
why - 0.04% (2)
families - 0.04% (2)
ahead - 0.04% (2)
ramps - 0.04% (2)
eastbound - 0.04% (2)
itself, - 0.04% (2)
site, - 0.04% (2)
(fhwa). - 0.04% (2)
being - 0.04% (2)
behavior - 0.04% (2)
motorists. - 0.04% (2)
currently - 0.04% (2)
calm - 0.04% (2)
intersections - 0.04% (2)
eliminates - 0.04% (2)
purpose - 0.04% (2)
features - 0.04% (2)
tunnel - 0.04% (2)
towards - 0.04% (2)
provision - 0.04% (2)
misty - 0.04% (2)
begins - 0.04% (2)
traffic. - 0.04% (2)
whether - 0.04% (2)
slow - 0.04% (2)
it, - 0.04% (2)
delays - 0.04% (2)
congestion - 0.04% (2)
halt - 0.04% (2)
corridor - 0.04% (2)
street, - 0.04% (2)
proposed - 0.04% (2)
building - 0.04% (2)
site. - 0.04% (2)
role - 0.04% (2)
around - 0.04% (2)
fixing - 0.04% (2)
soon - 0.04% (2)
positions - 0.04% (2)
policy - 0.04% (2)
adopted - 0.04% (2)
nick - 0.04% (2)
cannon - 0.04% (2)
bikeway - 0.04% (2)
them, - 0.04% (2)
crash, - 0.04% (2)
bicyclists, - 0.04% (2)
wilson - 0.04% (2)
woodrow - 0.04% (2)
that, - 0.04% (2)
finseth, - 0.04% (2)
14, - 0.04% (2)
duke. - 0.04% (2)
lanes. - 0.04% (2)
area - 0.04% (2)
common - 0.04% (2)
east. - 0.04% (2)
caused - 0.04% (2)
remains - 0.04% (2)
condition - 0.04% (2)
yogi - 0.04% (2)
struck - 0.04% (2)
commuting - 0.04% (2)
teaching - 0.04% (2)
might - 0.04% (2)
(vdot) - 0.04% (2)
made - 0.04% (2)
vehicles - 0.04% (2)
residents - 0.04% (2)
telegraph. - 0.04% (2)
matters - 0.04% (2)
it. - 0.04% (2)
drivers - 0.04% (2)
into - 0.04% (2)
exiting - 0.04% (2)
point - 0.04% (2)
next - 0.04% (2)
hour - 0.04% (2)
28, - 0.04% (2)
accessing - 0.04% (2)
cut-through - 0.04% (2)
neighborhoods - 0.04% (2)
safer - 0.04% (2)
place - 0.04% (2)
known - 0.04% (2)
button, - 0.04% (2)
stretch. - 0.04% (2)
losses - 0.04% (2)
to the - 0.58% (29)
of the - 0.56% (28)
in the - 0.4% (20)
duke street - 0.4% (20)
on the - 0.32% (16)
the road - 0.22% (11)
or run - 0.22% (11)
at the - 0.2% (10)
taylor run - 0.2% (10)
by the - 0.18% (9)
run parkway - 0.18% (9)
west taylor - 0.18% (9)
the league - 0.18% (9)
the crash - 0.16% (8)
the north - 0.16% (8)
this is - 0.16% (8)
with a - 0.16% (8)
and the - 0.16% (8)
part of - 0.16% (8)
for the - 0.16% (8)
cycling instructor - 0.16% (8)
league cycling - 0.16% (8)
transportation safety - 0.14% (7)
mount vernon - 0.14% (7)
0 comments - 0.14% (7)
on duke - 0.14% (7)
the gwmp - 0.14% (7)
of duke - 0.14% (7)
road diet - 0.14% (7)
a road - 0.12% (6)
the national - 0.12% (6)
that i - 0.12% (6)
george washington - 0.12% (6)
(new lci), - 0.12% (6)
as the - 0.12% (6)
transportation projects - 0.12% (6)
league of - 0.12% (6)
american bicyclists - 0.12% (6)
section of - 0.12% (6)
a bike - 0.12% (6)
that a - 0.12% (6)
telegraph road - 0.12% (6)
of american - 0.12% (6)
vernon trail - 0.12% (6)
performance measure - 0.12% (6)
with the - 0.1% (5)
safety performance - 0.1% (5)
of this - 0.1% (5)
run parkway. - 0.1% (5)
at west - 0.1% (5)
the south - 0.1% (5)
will be - 0.1% (5)
performance measures - 0.1% (5)
of our - 0.1% (5)
is the - 0.1% (5)
heritage trail - 0.1% (5)
@vabike 0 - 0.1% (5)
the george - 0.1% (5)
the trail - 0.1% (5)
the city - 0.1% (5)
2016 @vabike - 0.1% (5)
people who - 0.08% (4)
note that - 0.08% (4)
the right - 0.08% (4)
trail, a - 0.08% (4)
note how - 0.08% (4)
service road - 0.08% (4)
at this - 0.08% (4)
a full - 0.08% (4)
are the - 0.08% (4)
there is - 0.08% (4)
instructor (lci) - 0.08% (4)
the new - 0.08% (4)
from a - 0.08% (4)
to continue…] - 0.08% (4)
to duke - 0.08% (4)
from the - 0.08% (4)
parallel to - 0.08% (4)
the shenandoah - 0.08% (4)
bike lane - 0.08% (4)
street at - 0.08% (4)
national park - 0.08% (4)
to make - 0.08% (4)
need to - 0.08% (4)
such as - 0.08% (4)
if the - 0.08% (4)
shenandoah valley - 0.08% (4)
park service - 0.08% (4)
how much - 0.08% (4)
access to - 0.08% (4)
washington memorial - 0.08% (4)
on bikes - 0.08% (4)
cross the - 0.08% (4)
the tobacco - 0.08% (4)
the mount - 0.08% (4)
memorial parkway - 0.08% (4)
virginia bike - 0.08% (4)
pedestrian and - 0.06% (3)
parkway in - 0.06% (3)
new safety - 0.06% (3)
river a - 0.06% (3)
of transportation - 0.06% (3)
for much - 0.06% (3)
have been - 0.06% (3)
to provide - 0.06% (3)
four lanes - 0.06% (3)
safety and - 0.06% (3)
to cross - 0.06% (3)
for funding - 0.06% (3)
through a - 0.06% (3)
bike trail - 0.06% (3)
separated bike - 0.06% (3)
soccer field - 0.06% (3)
lanes on - 0.06% (3)
how to - 0.06% (3)
recommended for - 0.06% (3)
the federal - 0.06% (3)
the north. - 0.06% (3)
american bicyclists. - 0.06% (3)
highway administration - 0.06% (3)
more in - 0.06% (3)
they are - 0.06% (3)
projects that - 0.06% (3)
no longer - 0.06% (3)
duke is - 0.06% (3)
the service - 0.06% (3)
that can - 0.06% (3)
your input - 0.06% (3)
southern section - 0.06% (3)
will help - 0.06% (3)
full stop - 0.06% (3)
complete streets - 0.06% (3)
flashing beacons - 0.06% (3)
a complete - 0.06% (3)
the southern - 0.06% (3)
that the - 0.06% (3)
at least - 0.06% (3)
new lcis - 0.06% (3)
for people - 0.06% (3)
a ride - 0.06% (3)
about insurance - 0.06% (3)
about the - 0.06% (3)
think about - 0.06% (3)
of its - 0.06% (3)
automobile insurance - 0.06% (3)
many of - 0.06% (3)
and that - 0.06% (3)
save lives - 0.06% (3)
(lci assistant), - 0.06% (3)
land use - 0.06% (3)
the virginia - 0.06% (3)
kevin posey - 0.06% (3)
2016 @kevinhposey - 0.06% (3)
the potomac - 0.06% (3)
is located - 0.06% (3)
kyle lawrence - 0.06% (3)
of space - 0.06% (3)
the lci - 0.06% (3)
those among - 0.06% (3)
street safe - 0.06% (3)
for all - 0.06% (3)
a person - 0.06% (3)
at their - 0.04% (2)
the niagara - 0.04% (2)
transportation mode - 0.04% (2)
when there - 0.04% (2)
the latest - 0.04% (2)
a regional - 0.04% (2)
space on - 0.04% (2)
transportation and - 0.04% (2)
lanes of - 0.04% (2)
draft paved - 0.04% (2)
gwmp would - 0.04% (2)
vehicle lane - 0.04% (2)
robert moses - 0.04% (2)
in road - 0.04% (2)
given over - 0.04% (2)
to teach - 0.04% (2)
diet on - 0.04% (2)
two lanes - 0.04% (2)
buffered bike - 0.04% (2)
state of - 0.04% (2)
new york - 0.04% (2)
out of - 0.04% (2)
the mvt - 0.04% (2)
national capital - 0.04% (2)
paved trail - 0.04% (2)
2 comments - 0.04% (2)
occupied by - 0.04% (2)
east coast - 0.04% (2)
advocacy how-to - 0.04% (2)
the amount - 0.04% (2)
commuter routes - 0.04% (2)
narrow multiuser - 0.04% (2)
you may - 0.04% (2)
within the - 0.04% (2)
the road’s - 0.04% (2)
bike trails - 0.04% (2)
routes virginia - 0.04% (2)
in all - 0.04% (2)
levels of - 0.04% (2)
increase in - 0.04% (2)
of two - 0.04% (2)
in virginia - 0.04% (2)
the far - 0.04% (2)
one of - 0.04% (2)
major commuter - 0.04% (2)
to understand - 0.04% (2)
friendly a - 0.04% (2)
changes to - 0.04% (2)
are not - 0.04% (2)
as with - 0.04% (2)
having a - 0.04% (2)
there are - 0.04% (2)
to save - 0.04% (2)
october 28, - 0.04% (2)
department of - 0.04% (2)
it also - 0.04% (2)
its national - 0.04% (2)
regional targets - 0.04% (2)
people walking - 0.04% (2)
more information - 0.04% (2)
the country - 0.04% (2)
number of - 0.04% (2)
participate in - 0.04% (2)
and safety - 0.04% (2)
2016 0 - 0.04% (2)
the safety - 0.04% (2)
to share - 0.04% (2)
to implement - 0.04% (2)
surface transportation - 0.04% (2)
rules will - 0.04% (2)
the rules - 0.04% (2)
safety programs - 0.04% (2)
cycling instructors - 0.04% (2)
and will - 0.04% (2)
the final - 0.04% (2)
projects. the - 0.04% (2)
transportation projects. - 0.04% (2)
to fhwa - 0.04% (2)
public meetings - 0.04% (2)
the robert - 0.04% (2)
moses parkway - 0.04% (2)
capital region - 0.04% (2)
heritage trail, - 0.04% (2)
to all - 0.04% (2)
coast greenway - 0.04% (2)
american bicyclists, - 0.04% (2)
may have - 0.04% (2)
transportation planning - 0.04% (2)
route for - 0.04% (2)
for your - 0.04% (2)
to become - 0.04% (2)
richmond regional - 0.04% (2)
pedestrian safety - 0.04% (2)
that are - 0.04% (2)
valley bicycle - 0.04% (2)
for state - 0.04% (2)
and recommended - 0.04% (2)
to bike - 0.04% (2)
the public - 0.04% (2)
comments on - 0.04% (2)
regional planning - 0.04% (2)
the adjacent - 0.04% (2)
duke has - 0.04% (2)
compared to - 0.04% (2)
northbound telegraph - 0.04% (2)
those walking - 0.04% (2)
or biking - 0.04% (2)
the number - 0.04% (2)
of vehicle - 0.04% (2)
walking or - 0.04% (2)
crash and - 0.04% (2)
next to - 0.04% (2)
parkway. note - 0.04% (2)
injured in - 0.04% (2)
us all - 0.04% (2)
will require - 0.04% (2)
via the - 0.04% (2)
i cannot - 0.04% (2)
scope of - 0.04% (2)
end of - 0.04% (2)
we’d rather - 0.04% (2)
the beginning - 0.04% (2)
to start - 0.04% (2)
westbound duke - 0.04% (2)
by motorists - 0.04% (2)
the road. - 0.04% (2)
separated bikeway - 0.04% (2)
north side - 0.04% (2)
health insurance - 0.04% (2)
current example - 0.04% (2)
mile stretch. - 0.04% (2)
road on - 0.04% (2)
seminar in - 0.04% (2)
a street - 0.04% (2)
must share - 0.04% (2)
harrisonburg, va - 0.04% (2)
road design - 0.04% (2)
high speed - 0.04% (2)
bike facilities - 0.04% (2)
residential area - 0.04% (2)
virginia. the - 0.04% (2)
in alexandria, - 0.04% (2)
dan wright - 0.04% (2)
nick cannon - 0.04% (2)
cross duke - 0.04% (2)
losses and - 0.04% (2)
a soccer - 0.04% (2)
parkway is - 0.04% (2)
does not - 0.04% (2)
limited access - 0.04% (2)
the capital - 0.04% (2)
during the - 0.04% (2)
woodrow wilson - 0.04% (2)
and damages - 0.04% (2)
who were - 0.04% (2)
the east. - 0.04% (2)
were made - 0.04% (2)
duke at - 0.04% (2)
side of - 0.04% (2)
on bikes, - 0.04% (2)
and metro - 0.04% (2)
duke street, - 0.04% (2)
corridor b - 0.04% (2)
who bike - 0.04% (2)
that is - 0.04% (2)
b will - 0.04% (2)
run in - 0.04% (2)
mixed flow - 0.04% (2)
will get - 0.04% (2)
down to - 0.04% (2)
of all - 0.04% (2)
safe for - 0.04% (2)
misty williams - 0.04% (2)
around the - 0.04% (2)
light camera - 0.04% (2)
posed by - 0.04% (2)
even if - 0.04% (2)
they were - 0.04% (2)
the question - 0.04% (2)
a highway - 0.04% (2)
obstructing priority - 0.04% (2)
to help - 0.04% (2)
alexandria, virginia. - 0.04% (2)
split of - 0.04% (2)
and dan - 0.04% (2)
used for - 0.04% (2)
will not - 0.04% (2)
before heading - 0.04% (2)
the crosswalk - 0.04% (2)
motorist behavior - 0.04% (2)
onto duke - 0.04% (2)
bike safety - 0.04% (2)
to access - 0.04% (2)
southbound telegraph - 0.04% (2)
cut-through traffic - 0.04% (2)
the svbc - 0.04% (2)
for more - 0.04% (2)
for those - 0.04% (2)
turn lane - 0.04% (2)
duke to - 0.04% (2)
ramp from - 0.04% (2)
led to - 0.04% (2)
eastbound duke - 0.04% (2)
as they - 0.04% (2)
have a - 0.04% (2)
lane on - 0.04% (2)
could be - 0.04% (2)
be available - 0.04% (2)
over the - 0.04% (2)
offered by - 0.04% (2)
zero and - 0.04% (2)
to get - 0.04% (2)
make duke - 0.04% (2)
washington, dc - 0.04% (2)
taylor run parkway - 0.18% (9)
west taylor run - 0.18% (9)
league cycling instructor - 0.16% (8)
league of american - 0.12% (6)
the league of - 0.12% (6)
mount vernon trail - 0.12% (6)
to the north - 0.12% (6)
of duke street - 0.1% (5)
the george washington - 0.1% (5)
@vabike 0 comments - 0.1% (5)
at west taylor - 0.1% (5)
taylor run parkway. - 0.1% (5)
2016 @vabike 0 - 0.1% (5)
george washington memorial - 0.08% (4)
washington memorial parkway - 0.08% (4)
national park service - 0.08% (4)
duke street at - 0.08% (4)
street at west - 0.08% (4)
[click to continue…] - 0.08% (4)
the national park - 0.08% (4)
cycling instructor (lci) - 0.08% (4)
the tobacco heritage - 0.08% (4)
to the north. - 0.06% (3)
the southern section - 0.06% (3)
part of the - 0.06% (3)
on the gwmp - 0.06% (3)
federal highway administration - 0.06% (3)
the service road - 0.06% (3)
parallel to the - 0.06% (3)
lanes on the - 0.06% (3)
of american bicyclists. - 0.06% (3)
as part of - 0.06% (3)
transportation projects that - 0.06% (3)
regional transportation safety - 0.06% (3)
the potomac river - 0.06% (3)
recommended for funding - 0.06% (3)
this is the - 0.06% (3)
of a road - 0.04% (2)
and complete streets - 0.04% (2)
bike routes virginia - 0.04% (2)
zero and complete - 0.04% (2)
to make duke - 0.04% (2)
by the league - 0.04% (2)
east coast greenway - 0.04% (2)
the rules will - 0.04% (2)
draft paved trail - 0.04% (2)
people who bike - 0.04% (2)
make duke street - 0.04% (2)
lane on duke - 0.04% (2)
scored and recommended - 0.04% (2)
and regional targets - 0.04% (2)
diet on the - 0.04% (2)
southern section of - 0.04% (2)
2016 @kevinhposey 2 - 0.04% (2)
the adjacent mount - 0.04% (2)
projects that are - 0.04% (2)
the state of - 0.04% (2)
moses parkway in - 0.04% (2)
of new york - 0.04% (2)
the amount of - 0.04% (2)
adjacent mount vernon - 0.04% (2)
narrow multiuser trail - 0.04% (2)
national capital region - 0.04% (2)
for much of - 0.04% (2)
the ramp from - 0.04% (2)
transportation safety roadshow - 0.04% (2)
alexandria, virginia. the - 0.04% (2)
how much space - 0.04% (2)
people on bikes, - 0.04% (2)
amount of space - 0.04% (2)
you may have - 0.04% (2)
@kevinhposey 2 comments - 0.04% (2)
transportation safety performance - 0.04% (2)
to save lives - 0.04% (2)
shenandoah valley bicycle - 0.04% (2)
heritage trail, a - 0.04% (2)
october 28, 2016 - 0.04% (2)
in the lci - 0.04% (2)
levels of riders - 0.04% (2)
of the league - 0.04% (2)
of american bicyclists, - 0.04% (2)
valley bicycle coalition - 0.04% (2)
and the four - 0.04% (2)
the league cycling - 0.04% (2)
the beginning of - 0.04% (2)
the telegraph road - 0.04% (2)
the north side - 0.04% (2)
north side of - 0.04% (2)
run parkway. note - 0.04% (2)
those walking or - 0.04% (2)
a soccer field - 0.04% (2)
woodrow wilson bridge - 0.04% (2)
a residential area - 0.04% (2)
duke street between - 0.04% (2)
2016 0 comments - 0.04% (2)
in alexandria, virginia. - 0.04% (2)
safe for all - 0.04% (2)
think about the - 0.04% (2)
bicyclists who were - 0.04% (2)
losses and damages - 0.04% (2)
when there is - 0.04% (2)
of those among - 0.04% (2)
how many of - 0.04% (2)
routes virginia bike - 0.04% (2)

Here you can find chart of all your popular one, two and three word phrases. Google and others search engines means your page is about words you use frequently.

Copyright © 2015-2016 hupso.pl. All rights reserved. FB | +G | Twitter

Hupso.pl jest serwisem internetowym, w którym jednym kliknieciem możesz szybko i łatwo sprawdź stronę www pod kątem SEO. Oferujemy darmowe pozycjonowanie stron internetowych oraz wycena domen i stron internetowych. Prowadzimy ranking polskich stron internetowych oraz ranking stron alexa.