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The protected bike lane for M Street, NW is proposed to be installed between 14th Street and 28th Street, and is tentatively scheduled for installation this summer.
WASHINGTON, DC — The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) will host a public meeting on May 15 to present and take comments on a proposed protected bike lane for M Street, NW.
The protected bike lane for M Street, NW is proposed to be installed between 14th Street and 28th Street, and is tentatively scheduled for installation this summer. Separated by flexible posts, the bike lane will be placed on the north side of the road. It will be serve as a westbound complement to the recently installed L Street, NW bike lane, and will similarly provide bicyclists with more protection from cars than a typical bike lane.
Plans for the proposed protected bike lane will be available for review at the meeting.
||M Street, NW Protected Bike Lane Public Meeting
||Wednesday, May 15, 2013
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
||West End Library
1101 24th Street, NW
||Kiosks at 25th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, NW and 22nd Street and I Street, NW.
||Woodley Park / Adams Morgan / McPherson Square Route
||Foggy Bottom Station (Blue and Orange Lines)
||On-Street metered parking is available.
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