On Your Street
Projects and Planning
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.
The Mount Pleasant transportation study is complete. This study provides information and recommendations to improve transportation and pedestrian conditions in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood.
DDOT conducted this study to examine the current and future traffic conditions in the Pennsylvania Avenue SE
New development around the Georgia Avenue/Petworth metro rail station is anticipated to create additional trips to the area. While many of these trips will be served by metro rail and bus, it is possible that the land use changes will also increase pressure on surrounding on-street parking resources.
The Final Report was completed in February 2011. It is a comprehensive summary of the work done and conclusions reached during the Rock Creek West II study. The Appendices contain supporting detailed technical information including public comments and design drawings.
The District Department of Transportation, along with a consulting team from Wilbur Smith & Associates, and KLS Engineering, have embarked on a study of the South Dakota Avenue corridor from Hamilton Street, NE, to V Street, NE.
All states, including the District of Columbia, formulate their speed regulations on the basis of some form of the basic speed law.
DDOT conducted this study to provide guidance on how people will travel to the new ballpark.
Transportation Demand Management (TDM) is the application of strategies and policies to reduce travel demand—specifically that of single-occupancy private vehicles—or to redistribute this demand in space or in time.
The purpose of the Whitehurst Freeway Deconstruction Feasibility Study is to determine the impacts of removing the Whitehurst Freeway on the study area in terms of traffic, access to Georgetown and the future waterfront park, land use and value, and other factors.
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