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WABA empowers people to ride bikes, build connections, and transform places. We fight for a just and sustainable transportation system where walking, biking, and transit are the best ways to get around.
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Learn about the anticipated environmental legislation opportunities during the 2024 General Assembly session.
Join WABA and SSAFETY for our monthly community webinar/discussion on bike buses!
Michigan Park Community Playground 4525 12th St NE, Washington, DC 20017, United States
Family ride from Michigan Park Community Playground to the Bryant Street Market with free hot cocoa & holiday crafts.
Southwest Library, 900 Wesley Pl SW, Washington, DC 20024
Join the DC Office of Planning to learn about urban planning then participate in a short walk to apply learned concepts.
Sign up to be a member of a WABA campaign group to support and enhance the safety and utility of the lanes
Just like bike lanes join up one by one to build a network, advocates win safer streets meeting by meeting, petition by petition, call by call.
WABA’s members are making it easier than ever to access the breezy, everyday joy of getting around our region by bike.
Members of the District of Columbia chapter of Families for Safe Streets installed signs at over 50 crash sites across all eight Wards memorializing fatal crashes.
Let’s not miss a chance to create a safe biking and walking alternative to Canal Road in Georgetown—sign this petition from grassroots advocates.
We are thrilled to announce the hiring of four youth advocates from Prince George’s County, to participate in WABA’s first ever Vision Zero Youth Leadership Institute! A link to the PDF, student designed newsletter can be found here. Throughout the institute, the four hired youth leaders will learn about transportation issues in Prince George’s County, […]
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