Here's the intersection of Florida Avenue and T and 19th streets where the guerrilla bike lane was created. Image created with Google Maps.

The DC Department of Transformation, a “tactical urbanist organization,” recently posted about a guerrilla bike lane and colorful pedestrian bumpout they created with chalk and traffic cones along T Street NW in Dupont Circle.

The next day the bike lane was still there.

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Julie Strupp is Greater Greater Washington's Managing Editor. She's a journalist committed to building inclusive, equitable communities and finding solutions. Previously she's written for DCist, Washingtonian, the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, and others. You can usually find her sparring with her judo club, pedaling around the city, or chatting with her neighbors on her Columbia Heights stoop.