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Pacer Archives

Please Note: Archived issues listed below are dated, back issues of the Pacer in Portable Document Format (PDF) Adobe Reader is required to view these files. The information they contain was current at the time of publication, but may be outdated now. Archived issues may contain broken links.

For issues prior to 2013, please contact info@WalkArlington.com and provide the issue date (month/year), article title (if known), and/or topic of interest.

May 2015 (172KB)
Honoring Our Veterans in Every Season, Planning Your Summer, Bringing the Summit to Shirlington this Fall, News You Can Use

April 2015 (232KB)
Step Out and Walkabout in Spring, Put a Spring in Your Step, Spring Up for Bike and Walk to School Day, News You Can Use

March 2015 (252KB)
Explore the Facets of Crystal City on Foot, Get Up and Move -- No Fooling, Get Up at Lunch and Move, News You Can Use

February 2015 (231KB)
A Sparkling Walkabout Debut in Crystal City, Smart Growth in Charm City, Spring Fever in Arlington, News You Can Use

January 2015 (248KB)
One Step Back, Two Steps Forward, Help Us Reach The Summit, Mark Your 2015 Calendar to Share, Learn, and Let the Good Times Roll, News You Can Use

November 2014 (232KB)
Walk and Shop in a Winter Wonderland, "Test Walk" CarFreeAtoZ, Plan Your Holiday Travel, News You Can Use: Thanksgiving Edition

October 2014 (307KB)
Trick or Treat!, Fall Back, Walk to School, News You Can Use

September 2014 (236KB)
School Days, Crystal Ball, Safer Streets, News You Can Use: The Back to School Issue

July-August 2014 (369KB)
Adventures Awaits at the 2014 Arlington County Fair, Walkabout Brochure Goes on a (Car-Free) Diet, If You Walk the Walk, Talk the Talk, and Answer the Survey(s), News You Can Use

June 2014 (263KB)
How Can I Stay Cool Without Cooling My Heals this Summer? What Neighborhood Will be Featured on the Next Walkabout? Why Do Pedestrians Have to Stay to the Right on Trails? News (and Events) You Can Use

May 2014 (314KB)
It's a Wrap! The Last "Walk Friendly Community" Walkabout, Here's a Clue! The Walkabout Discovery Challenged Revealed, Next Up! Walkabout #25 or Back to the Starting Line? News (and Events) You Can Use

April 2014 (172KB)
Triple Your Walking Pleasure with WalkArlington's Newest Walkabout, Double the Benefits of Your Lunch Break, Quadruple Your Fun on the Way to School, News You Can Use: Singular Events

March 2014 (230KB)
Walking the Blossoms, Challenge Yourself to Go the Distance, Walk the Walk at Lunch, News You Can Use

February 2014 (180KB)
The Last (Walk Friendly Community) Walkabout, Spring Fever, Walk This Way, News You Can Use

January 2014 (300KB)
Stepping from 2013 to 2014, Keeping the Gold, Reaching the Summit, News You Can Use

November 2013 (275KB)
Winter Wonderland Walkabout, Walk, Shop, and Celebrate Arlington, News You Can Use: Holiday Round-Up, Think Globally, Walk Locally

October 2013 (244KB)
The Walking Revolution, The Next Generation, The March of Time, News You Can use

September 2013 (153KB)
Celebrate Car-Freedom in All Form, Celebrate the Movement about Movement, Celebrate Walk and Bike to School Day on October 9, Celebrate Walkable Living, Arlington Style

July - August 2013 (238KB)
Explore Arlington at the 2013 Arlington County Fair, Make the Most of What's Left of the Summer of 2013, Take Steps to Plan for Walk and Bike to School Day 2013, News You Can Use - Summer 2013

June 2013 (219KB)
Summer STAY-cation?, Or Summer VA-cation?, Staying Safe Whether You Stay or Go, News You Can Use: Arlington Round Up

May 2013 (392KB)
Stepping Forward and Looking Back, Making Tracks All Month Long, In Related News, More News You Can Use: The Multimedia Edition

April 2013 (189KB)
Join WalkArlington for the Debut of Our BLUEmont / Bon Air Walkabout, Seeing RED at Work, Escape the Grind and Take a Lunchtime Walk, Hey Kids! Forget the YELLOW School Bus and Use Human Power, Go GREEN and Celebrate Earth Day

March 2013 (187KB)
Walk to Work, Walk at Lunch, Walk Home, Hit Your Stride, One App at a Time, News You Can Use - The Schools Edition, News You Can Use - The International Edition

February 2013 (250KB)
And Now in Local News, Be a PAL/Seamos Amables, Seen Around Arlington, How Others Sees Us

January 2013 (233KB)
Four More Years - Be There on Day One, Be Prepared, Be Safe and Be Seen - And Be a PAL, Arlington's Answer to the Inauguration - Upcoming Events

Did You Know?

An early morning walk is a blessing for the whole day.

Henry David Thoreau

Arlington’s Pedestrian Counters

Peds counted

View Counter Data
14th Street Bridge
798
Ballston Connector
403
Bluemont Connector
373
CC Connector
682
Custis Bon Air Park
360
Custis Rosslyn
315
Joyce St NB
70
Joyce St SB
118
Key Bridge East
2289
Key Bridge West
1017
MVT Airport South
3452
Roosevelt Bridge
145
TR Island Bridge
0
WOD Bon Air Park
755
WOD Bon Air West
616
WOD Columbia Pike
711
WOD East Falls Church
143

All ped counters, YTD

View Counter Data
Year to Date
2271485
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