Alexandria’s Acting City Manager’s proposed budget would eliminate multi-modal and transit investment in new infrastructure for the next decade. The proposed budget options would also remove operating funds for planned Capital Bikeshare expansion. While Alexandria has long-standing goals and policies to encourage more walking and biking, relative investments in these areas have been declining for the past few years. This year, the proposed budget would cut Alexandria’s non-motorized transportation budget, remove operating funds from planned Capital Bikeshare expansion ($10,000 per station), and remove the City’s capital investment in the only two trails planned for the next decade. Capital funds are available from other sources for the bikeshare expansion, only operating funds are needed. As D.C. and other surrounding jurisdictions provide competitive transportation options to attract new businesses, Alexandria should be investing in, not cutting, non-motorized transportation infrastructure.