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You have arrived at the website for the DC Department of Transportation’s Far Northeast Livability Study. The purpose of the study is to assess automobile, bicycle, and pedestrian systems, how they operate for residents and visitors, and their current and future levels of use.

Travel the site to find out why livability is important, why this study is important, and why your involvement is important!


Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue –
Great Streets Project Begins Construction

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Contact
Gabe Onyeador, DDOT Project Manager
Gabe.Onyeador@dc.gov



Websites
DDOT Livability Program
DDOT Bicycle Sharing Program
Take the DC Circulator Survey
FHWA Livability Initiative
American Institute of Architects Livability 101

   

Final Report

Existing Conditions Report

Existing Conditions Report

Community Workshop Materials –
April 30, 2011

Meeting Agenda
Presentation
Your Near-Term Priority Locations

Community Workshop Materials –
November 13, 2010

Solutions Toolbox
Crossing Treatments
High Vehicle Speed Treatments
High Traffic Volume Treatments
Intersection Treatments
Bicycle Improvements

Intersection Study Locations
Corridor Study Locations
Bicycle Focus Areas

Community Workshop Materials – July 17

Project Fact Sheet
Community Workshop presentation
Community Workshop maps

Community Feedback


Contact: info@farnelivability.com
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