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Biking increases across D.C.

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More bicyclists are hitting D.C. streets than in past years, according to the city's latest biking census, but the rate of growth appears to be slowing. The average peak-hour ridership jumped 9 percent from 86.8 bikers in 2011 to 94.8 in the May/June counts, and 175 percent from 2004, when the counts began, according to the District Department of Transportation. The District has been conducting...

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