DC’s Department of Transportation will be conducting a Livability Study in Brookland and Edgewood. Here is your chance to get involved and give feedback of things like bus stops, intersection safety, increased green spaces, improvements to signage, etc. During the study period, there will be three public meetings and social media outreach to gather community feedback. The kickoff meeting for the study will be on Thursday, April 9th from 6:00-8:00 at Trinity Washington University’s Main Hall, O’Connor Auditorium, 125 Michigan Avenue, NE. For more information, check out the study’s website.
Here is an excerpt from a press statement on the study from DDOT:
The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) is kicking-off a six month livability study of the Brookland and Edgewood neighborhoods. DDOT’s livability studies seek to improve daily quality of life by take a big picture look at the street network and by identifying concrete actions to increase safety and improve transportation connectivity and accessibility. The study area boundaries are Michigan Avenue and South Dakota Avenue to the north; 18th Street, NE to the east; Rhode Island Avenue to the south; and Lincoln Road and Franklin Street to the west.
We Want Your Input and Ideas!
During the study period, there will be three public meetings, in addition to a project website, social media, and community outreach efforts to garner feedback from residents and stakeholders. We invite you to participate in the meetings and also share your input and ideas online and with the project team throughout the study.