and e-mail this guy:
"I don't believe a bicycle is a transportation device," Supervisor John Cook, R-Braddock District, said during a transportation committee meeting. "I think it's a recreation device. The big problem is people don't want to ride their bike in the rain or get sweaty before work."
I suggest John Cook take a look at the WO&D trail any weekday morning and note how many people are commuting by bike. Even if Mr. Cook was correct (many would argue he is not) is that what he wants for the future? Less accommodations for people who might commute by bike? Reducing traffic, pollution and dependence on oil while increasing health & happiness. What a sad outlook for such urban 'planners'...
He needs to hear from the more positive future of Fairfax... cyclists.