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National Arboretum Auditorium, 3501 New York Avenue NE
DDOT is presenting design concepts & accepting feedback on its Bladensburg Rd NE multimodal improvement study.
Navy Yard Metro
Join the Bike Ambassadors to provide free bike lights to our bike friends who have forgotten or are in need of them.
Join Park staff and planners to learn about and discuss improvements plans for the MVT. Comment period ends 1/4/23.
Oxon Cove National Park (17 DC Village Lane SW, Washington, DC)
Join APACC, NPS, USFS, Urban Adventure Squad, Friends of Oxon Run and WABA for a brisk nature walk at Oxon Cove Park!
Join the Arlington multimodal study team for a virtual public meeting on the concept designs for S. George Mason Drive.
Do you enjoy connecting people and communities to bicycling and the outdoors? Can you cultivate a thriving, efficient team? Do you love setting a persuasive and driving vision?
We’re hiring an Outreach Director to lead our outreach and education programs, strategy, and staff.
What does your dream bikeable neighborhood look like? Protected bike lanes that take you wherever you need to go, so you don’t have to worry about navigating high-speed roads alongside heavy traffic? Trails that create a green haven in the middle of the city, turning an errand or commute into a chance to spend time […]
Do you have a passion for connecting people with the issues that matter most to them? Are you a talented communicator and experienced fundraiser who loves talking to people and is eager to take on the challenge of meeting ambitious revenue goals—alongside an enthusiastic team?
WABA is hiring a Development and Membership Manager to oversee our fundraising appeals and membership drives as part of a team working to raise a combined $1m of unrestricted revenue/year.
Over 250 guests gathered to celebrate WABA’s 50th Anniversary Jubilee at District Winery in Washington DC on October 12, 2022.
Our new executive director will join us at a moment of transformation, as the entire Washington region is on the cusp of a more sustainable future. Thanks in large part to WABA’s years of advocacy, governments are prioritizing biking and walking in a way we couldn’t have pictured 50 years ago – each year, miles of new infrastructure make riding safer.
Share feedback on the draft Carole Highlands Safe Mobility Study by December 2nd.
Report crashes, harassment & assaults. Help improve enforcement & safety.Find a supporting attorney.
Help make bicycling better in the Washington area.
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