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Parks (dog park, facility, field, playground)

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Recent Blog Posts
Hey, Neighbor! Slow Down, Speed Matters

January 18, 2017

What is Wayfinding?

January 12, 2017

WalkArlington Blog

Upcoming Events
Balaclavas, Baklava and Beer

Sunday, January 29, 2017

Events Calendar

Arlington’s Pedestrian Counters

Peds counted

View Counter Data
110 Trail
547
14th Street Bridge
234
Arlington Mill Trail
586
Ballston Connector
401
Bluemont Connector
282
CC Connector
0
Custis Bon Air Park
0
Custis Rosslyn
410
Joyce St NB
48
Joyce St SB
62
Key Bridge East
2091
Key Bridge West
1165
MVT Airport South
254
Roosevelt Bridge
87
TR Island Bridge
646
WOD Bon Air Park
499
WOD Bon Air West
506
WOD Columbia Pike
549
WOD East Falls Church
316

All ped counters, YTD

View Counter Data
Year to Date
109930
About Arlington’s Bicycle & Pedestrian Counter Program

News Headlines
Foxx: Metro's 'success looks like failure'

Martine Powers, January 20, 2017, Washington Post

Inauguration transportation guide

Faiz Siddiqui, Luz Lazo, January 20, 2017, Washington Post

Metro tips for new riders

Luz Lazo, January 19, 2017, Washington Post

Volunteers spruce up the Met Branch Trail

Ursula Sandstrom, January 19, 2017, WABA

Metro's first red signal violation of 2017

Martine Powers, January 19, 2017, Washington Post

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