Monday, July 11, 2011

Pedestrian Safety Improvements on Maryland Ave coming via DDOT website now live & accepting input

DDOT & Toole Design are conducting a Pedestrian Safety Study on Maryland Avenue between 2nd & 15th Streets NE.  The first public meeting was last month.  The study website is now live and collecting input on ways to improve the streetscape to enhance pedestrian safety.  Think the area needs more stop lights and 4 way stop signs?   Want to see bike lanes or raised cross walks?  Think we need to take measures to keep commuters from speeding off Maryland onto side streets like G, F, or D Street?
Weigh in.

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