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19 January 2017

Planning for Potential Winter Commuting Hazards

Remember when everyone was in a frenzy over an approaching blizzard and got sidelined by an icy evening commute?

The smallest amount of snow plus freezing temperatures turns every car driver’s commute home into an hours-long ordeal. Stopped traffic on the interstates and major roads means even buses are stuck with nowhere to go. Pedestrians and cyclists have better luck, despite slippery and freezing cold trips home. The winners that day are most likely those who were already teleworking.

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19 January 2017

How to Get to the Women's March on Washington

The Women’s March on Washington taking place Saturday, January 21, 2017 is expected to have more than 200,000 participants. The event will strain the region’s transportation network and require patience and planning. Many of our tips from our Inauguration blogs apply here, so you might already know the tips.

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18 January 2017

Bike Maintenance Workshop: How to Fix a Flat

One of the nice parts about working in an office with others who active commute is the brain trust that naturally forms around simple, yet intimidating topics, like how to change a flat bike tire. The conversation first started among a few of us in the office, saying how we felt silly that even though we promote biking and bike to work most days – we don’t actually know how to change a flat. Well, careful what you wish for. Just a few short weeks after this conversation took place, we were all down in the garage huddled around our bikes learning how to change a flat.

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13 January 2017

Places You have to See Along DC’s Northern Bridges

We are able to travel between Arlington and Washington, DC using some well-known bridges. From a small historic bridge, a high-traffic bridge and to the oldest surviving bridge, they are beautiful works of architecture that connect the city to its neighbors.

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12 January 2017

Why You Should Prepare for Spring Now If You Have Commercial Office Tenants

If you’re looking to incorporate more sustainability and wellness initiatives for commercial office tenants, now is the time to start planning. Spring is a great time to promote and encourage all kinds of “green” and healthy programs, especially with Earth Day, National Walking Day and Bike to Work Day occurring in April and May.  

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