Like pedestrians, bikers in D.C. face a whole array of safety issues while roaming the streets of the District. For myself, one particular time comes to mind. I was biking by 17th and K NW when a driver cut me
Disclaimer: The District Ninja team does not endorse nor recommend the use of Metro Transit while intoxicated. Common sense clearly shows that drinking coupled with metro use can be very dangerous (and in the case of the video, also quite hilarious (they
D.C. takes great pride in its bikeshare system and rightly so. In August 2008, D.C. became the first jurisdiction in the United States to launch a bike sharing system. Then called SmartBike D.C., the program offered 120 bikes at 10 stations
We’ve all experienced it when crossing one of the District’s 7,700 intersections (of which more than 1,678 are signalized). You are crossing the street and then bam! You look up and you’re a deer in headlights. A car has either
If you grow up in DC, it’s hard to imagine a location, store, or neighborhood that doesn’t have a nickname. I grew up solely referring to Adams Morgan as “AdMo”, Georgetown as “G-town”, and the Washington Monument as “the pencil”.