On Your Street
Projects and Planning
DDOT began construction of 11th Street Bridge Project in December 2009 to replace the two existing bridges with three new bridges and improve the related interchanges.
A major rehabilitation of the 14th Street Bridges over the Potomac River began in spring 2009. The project involves major repairs to the northbound bridge and minor repairs to the southbound bridge.
The rehabilitation of the 14th Street Bridges includes the refurbishment of the Operator's Tower and the addition of a dynamic light feature in the tower's six windows.
The goal of the project is to provide transportation, pedestrian, and bicycle safety improvements as well as streetscape enhancements to the 18th Street corridor in the Adams Morgan neighborhood.
This project will rehabilitate the bridges that are located over I-395 at H and K Streets and Massachusetts Avenue and provide electrical-mechanical upgrades to the Air Rights Tunnel.
The Anacostia Riverwalk is a planned 16-mile multi-use trail along the east and west banks of the Anacostia River in the Washington, DC.
The Benning Road Reconstruction Project will include road surface repaving, sidewalk restoration, new streetlights, traffic signal upgrades, storm drains and landscape enhancements on Benning Road, NE between 39th and 42nd Streets.
The Columbus Plaza Rehabilitation Project will take 18 months to complete and includes pedestrian safety, vehicular access and security improvements.
The replacement of a partially collapsed culvert with a new wider culvert.
The Middle Georgia Avenue Great Streets Project includes the reconfiguration of the Georgia Avenue, 9th Street and Taylor Street intersection, upgrades to existing traffic signals and bringing equipment up to current standards, landscaping enhancements, lighting, and furniture improvements to existing parks.
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