DDOT has begun a transportation and environmental study of the C Street and North Carolina Ave corridor from 21st St. to 15th St. Here is DDOT's door hanger that will be distributed next week. It summarizes the intent of the study and is a parking restriction notice for C Street and North Carolina Ave residents between 21st and 15th Streets.
(Image extracted from Google Earth)
Currently, the contractor is collecting the existing conditions of the right-of-way, including vehicle volume and speed counts. During the week of December 14 - 18, a survey crew will collect existing right-of way data, including underground utilities, curb and median lines, vegetation, etc.
Below are some of the highlights of the study:
• Community driven study collaborative with DDOT
• District’s first sustainable green street - reduce storm water runoff and improve water quality, reduce heat-island effects, improve tree canopy, etc.
• Design layout to efficiently and safely move people via foot, bicycle, vehicle and transit
• Improve safety for residents and school children by reducing traffic speeds, improving crossings, etc.
Below is the general time line for the study, design and construction.
• Stakeholder Workshop - January 2nd at 10am - Maury Elementary School
• Public Meeting - January 12th at 7pm - Hine Junior High School
• Stakeholder Workshop - February 20th at 10am - Maury Elementary School
• Public Open House - April 8th, 2010 at 6pm (prior to ANC 6A meeting) - Miner Elementary
• Design - 2010/2011
• Anticipated construction 2012/2013
Note: the public can also send input directly to the Project Manager, Bill Schultheiss - email@example.com