DDOT Releases RFP To Extend MBT, Will Connect Brookland And Fort Totten Metro Stops

McCormack Drive (a portion of Met Branch Trail along Catholic U).

Here is some good news for Met Branch Trail enthusiasts. We recently learned that DDOT released a request for proposals to design and build a stretch of the MBT that will connect the Fort Totten Metro to where the trail currently ends on McCormack Drive by the Brookland Metro stop. From the DDOT press release:

The new trail will provide a direct off-street route for bicyclists and pedestrians through the Fort Totten area.

The trail will include LED lighting, security cameras, and wayfinding signage. The design-build process will allow for a streamlined final design and construction process. The extension is expected to be complete within 18 months of awarding the contract.

You can read the press release here. We will let you know when we hear anything new.

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