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.
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.
|Vision Zero Initiative||http://ddot.dc.gov/page/vision-zero-initiative|
|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|
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.