Pop-up bike lane in Winnipeg, Canada. Image courtesy of Bike Winnipeg.
Downtown Bethesda is getting a special surprise on Bike to Work Day!
To support the thousands of people biking to work through Bethesda this Friday, Montgomery County is creating a pop-up protected bike lane
on Woodmont Avenue. Early Friday morning, crews will set up cones and signage to transform parking and travel lanes into eight blocks of blissfully, low-stress bikeway for everyone to enjoy.
Whether you are coming from North Bethesda on the Trolley Trail or Silver Spring on the interim Georgetown Branch Trail, this pop-up protected bike lane is for you. It will start at the traffic circle at Cheltenham Drive, going west to cross Wisconsin Avenue and then south on Woodmont Avenue to the Bethesda pitstop near the Capital Crescent Trail. It will be open from 6am to 8pm. Come experience it with us!
For Bike to Work Day, Bethesda will get its own pop-up protected bike lane on Woodmont Ave. Image courtesy of MCDOT.
Help make the most of this awesome day!
- Ride the lane – biking in Bethesda has never felt like this. Don’t miss it.
- Take photos and share them with us!
- Get businesses on board – help us show that protected bike lanes are great for business. The lane is open until 8pm, so stop, shop, and share your excitement about the lane.
- Register for Bike to Work Day at waba.org/biketoworkday and say hi to WABA at the pitstop!
Read more about Friday’s pop-up protected bike lane in the Montgomery County press release
PS: Did you know that a permanent protected bike lane and more are coming to Bethesda? Learn more and show your support at waba.org/bethesda.