Study Overview

Project Fact Sheet

Study Area Map

moveDC Action Plan


What is the Crosstown Multimodal Study

DDOT’s Crosstown Multimodal Study will examine current and future demands and long-term changes to the larger crosstown study area between Brookland and Columbia Heights. The MoveDC Plan, which outlines a vision for the long-term transportation network in the District, recommended this study as one of the key near-term actions due to changing land uses and multimodal deficiencies in the area. The purpose of the study is to identify multimodal improvements to the east-west crosstown corridors in the study area.

In 2016, DDOT will work with community members and key stakeholders to develop and evaluate a range of physical and operational improvements to enhance multimodal connectivity, mobility, and safety.

Schedule

The schedule at the right shows our process for developing travel solutions for the Crosstown corridor.

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Additional study documents are available on the Project Resources page.


Related DDOT Projects

Project Name Website
DDOT Homepage http://ddot.dc.gov
Vision Zero Initiative http://ddot.dc.gov/page/vision-zero-initiative
moveDC http://www.wemovedc.org
Brookland-Edgewood Livability Study http://belivabilitystudy.com
16th Street Corridor Study http://ddot.dc.gov/page/16th-street-nw-transit-priority-planning-study
NoMa Circulator Study http://www.dccirculator.com/explore/improvements-and-projects/noma-study
Curbside Management Study http://ddot.dc.gov/release/ddot-releases-comprehensive-curbside-management-study-provides-framework-parking-reforms


Current and Past Area Transportation Studies 

This map shows other studies that have been conducted or are currently underway within or near the Crosstown Corridor. Click the image to view a larger version.