On Your Street
Projects and Planning
The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) is helping to transform the Anacostia Waterfront into a better place for citizens to live, work, and play. To accomplish these aims in the AWI area, DDOT has developed the Anacostia Waterfront Transportation Infrastructure Master Plan.
This report summarizes the findings and recommendations of a study that evaluated options for improvements in the Capitol Hill Corridor.
Far Northeast DC consists of 12 distinct but interrelated neighborhoods east of the Anacostia River and north of East Capitol Street in Ward 7. These neighborhoods are home to approximately 30,000 residents.
The study area for the Far Southeast II Livability Study is located in the southeast section of the District of Columbia. The majority of the study area lies in Ward 7.
Picturesque, but with an underlying pulse of activity that is the lifeblood of this community. Georgetown is where you live, work, play and learn. It is a historic community that has always kept pace with the times.
The Glover Park transportation study is complete. This study analyzed the existing transportation system and recommended projects to improve safety and access for pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists and transit users throughout the neighborhood.
This report summarizes the findings and recommendations of a study that evaluated options for improvements in the Kenilworth Avenue Corridor.
Livability is a term that refers to community quality of life as experienced by the people who live, work, and recreate there.
This project examined a specific portion of the entire Georgia Avenue Great Streets corridor: Georgia and Sherman Avenues from Florida Avenue NW to New Hampshire Avenue NW.
The M Street SE/SW Transportation Study is identifying current and future transportation challenges and ways to address them within a roughly 1.7-square-mile area along M Street SE/ SW, and the Southwest waterfront.
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