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Saw one of these signs pointing cyclists to the ballpark for the first time today--I think they've only gone up in the past week or so. (This was on Fourth St., SE, just north of Pennsylvania Ave.) Sorry for the lousy quality--it was dusk and my camera phone wasn't cooperating. But you get the idea. (UPDATED with a better photo, finally.)
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From the WashTimes: "D.C. Council Chairman Vincent Gray yesterday said a new soccer stadium at Poplar Point would help alleviate parking problems across the Anacostia River at the Nationals new ballpark. 'We have a horrific parking problem with the Nationals stadium,' Gray said. 'I'm not sure people know how close Poplar Point is. If we coordinate schedules, we could actually have parking for D.C. United used for the Nationals as well.' [...] Conceivably, Gray said, fans heading to Nationals game could walk from Poplar Point across a pedestrian walkway on one of the bridges crossing the Anacostia."
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