Reminder: Third Crosstown Multimodal Study Workshop is June 9th

The third Crosstown Multimodal Study Workshop is been scheduled for June 9th. It will be held in the Main Hall of Trinity University from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with a presentation at 6:30 p.m. This is the same location where the first workshop was held. The O’Connor Auditorium is located at 125 Michigan Avenue, NW. The results of the Crosstown Study have great potential to impact and import transportation options in southern Park View, particularly around the hospital center (high level overview here).

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In addition to the third workshop, DDOT will have two Public Engagement Events on Saturday, June 11: one in Brookland, at the Monroe Street Farmers Market (716 Monroe Street NE), and one on the west side of the Columbia Heights Metro station (3030 14th Street NW).

Here are more details from DDOT’s announcement:

The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) will host the third public workshop for the Crosstown Multimodal Transportation Study on Thursday, June 9, 2016 at Trinity University and two (2) Public Engagement Events on Saturday, June 11, 2016 in the Brookland and Columbia Heights neighborhoods.  The purpose of the three events is to present refined concepts that enhance multimodal connectivity, mobility, and safety in the area and gain community feedback.

As a reminder, DDOT is undertaking the Crosstown Multimodal Transportation Study to identify improvements along the east-west connections in Wards 1 and 5, address safety concerns, optimize mobility and operations, and improve efficiency for all modes along the corridor. DDOT continues to work with members of the community and key stakeholders to evaluate and develop a range of physical and operational improvements. The Crosstown Multimodal Transportation Study is a key project in the 2-Year Action Plan for moveDC, the District of Columbia’s multimodal long-range transportation plan.

For more information about the study, please visit the study website at www.dccrosstownstudy.com

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