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- Sam Zimbabwe Associate Director of Policy, Planning and Sustainability Administration, the District Department of Transportation (DDOT)
- Jacob Mason Vice-president, All Walks DC
- Paul Steely White Executive Director, Transportation Alternatives
- Shane Farthing Executive Director, Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA)
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