Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Faces of Fairfax - Brad Crohn

FABB met Brad Crohn, a resident of Ballston, on Bike to Work Day at the Tysons pitstop.  Brad regularly commutes to his job in Tysons. He says he does it for the exercise and for the “freedom of it all.” In response to our question about what he would like to see to make bicycling better in Fairfax County, Brad said he would like to see more bike lanes on main roads. 

FABB actively advocates for Fairfax County and the Virginia Department of Transportation to continue adding bike lanes, shoulders and wide curb lanes to routes in and around Tysons. FABB continues to encourage people who ride bikes or love someone who does to make their voices heard on improving bicycling infrastructure and safety at public hearings publicized on this blog site. 

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