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Bike to Work Day Registration Now Open
Get Your Free Shirt!Registration is now open for Bike to Work Day 2014!

At the Downtown Bethesda pit stop, we’ll have DJ entertainment, state and local dignitaries, tons of raffle prizes and giveaways, bike maintenance checks, and plenty of food and drink to fuel your commute.

The grand prize in the raffle at our pit stop will be a brand new bike from Griffin Cycle!

Bethesda Pit Stop Details
Date: Friday, May 16
Time: 6:30 - 8:30am
Location: at Reed Street (corner of Woodmont Ave & Bethesda Ave, along the Capital Crescent Trail)
Click here for a map

Be one of the first 14,000 registrants in attendance and be guaranteed a FREE Bike to Work Day t-shirt!
Let BTS Plan Your Commute!
Do you want to try transit but don't know where to go to play your route? Let us do the work for you!

Just fill out the form on this page and press "submit." Your information will be sent to Allison Kemp at BTS. She is our resident expert on transit, carpooling, biking, and walking. She will be able to tell you the best way to get to Bethesda so you will be prepared as you head out to work.

Try it today
Capital Bikeshare Comes to Bethesda!
Bethesda Transportation Solutions is thrilled that Capital Bikeshare stations are now open for business in Downtown Bethesda! Several stations in Bethesda have opened and more are expected to open soon.

Veteran's Park Station The open stations are:
  • Cordell and Norfolk Aves - 11 bikes
  • Norfolk and Fairmont Aves - 11 bikes
  • Montgomery Ave and East Lane - 11 bikes
  • Bethesda Ave and Arlington Rd - 19 bikes
  • Montgomery Avenue and Waverly Street - 11 bikes
  • Battery Lane and Trolley Trail - 15 bikes
  • Norfolk and Rugby Avenues - 11 bikes
  • Elm and 47th Streets (Elm Street Park) - 15 bikes
Another station is planned at Wisconsin Avenue and East-West Highway.

Click here to see a map!

More information about Capital Bikeshare can be found here.
Bethesda Named a Bicycle Friendly Community
Bicycle Friendly CommunityBethesda's commitment to bicycling put our community on the national stage when the League of American Bicyclists named us a 'Bicycle Friendly Community'. Baltimore, Frederick and Rockville are also on the list, and Maryland ranks as the League's eighth most bicycle-friendly state in the U.S

"I am so pleased to see Bethesda earn this distinction," says Montgomery County Councilmember Roger Berliner, who represents Bethesda as the District 1 Councilmember. "Making Bethesda more bicycle-friendly is a goal shared by many, but especially by the Bethesda Urban Partnership and Bethesda Transportation Solutions, which helped Bethesda earn this recognition."

The League's Bicycle-Friendly Community program recognized Bethesda at the bronze award level, citing the community's bicycling promotion, education programs, infrastructure and pro-bicycling policies.

Bethesda has seen a significant increase in the number of employees who bike to work regularly, according to Montgomery County's Annual Commuter Survey. It also had the third-highest attendance out of the regional Bike to Work Day celebration this past May.

For more information on the American Bicycle League's list of Bicycle-Friendly Communities, visit: www.bikeleague.org.

Learn more about bicycling in Bethesda here.
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