DC's newest form of public transportation, Capital Bikeshare, opened in September of last year and has been picking up speed as a truly hot new option for getting around. Year-long memberships are just $75, and but there are also month and day memberships available.
As long as there are convenient stations, Bikeshare is a great way to get from point A to point B, especially on one-way trips, without having to deal with bike storage.
There are three Capital Bikeshare stations in Anacostia:
at the corner of MLK and Good Hope...
across from the Anacostia Metro on Howard Road...
and at the Anacostia Neighborhood Library
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I think the current station locations are a good start - but also think that it would be helpful to have one at the corner of MLK and W Street. What do you think? Any other suggested stops? What are your thoughts about this new transportation option?
Good Reads: Why is Capital Bikeshare usage low east of the river? on Greater Greater Washington, and Biking While Black in the Washington City Paper