Events & News

several public meetings have been held and news stories have been filed on the maryland avenue saety project over the years.

 

Events

February 4, 2009:  Public meeting hosted by ANC 6C to discuss pedestrian safety upgrades to D/7th/MD, NE

March 31, 2011:  DDOT Public Meeting for the Maryland Avenue Pedestrian Safety Project Kick-Off

June 11, 2011:  DDOT Public Meeting to Solicit Input on Potential Designs for the Project

August - October 2011:  DDOT Coordination Meetings

January 28, 2012:  DDOT Public Meeting to Identify Community's Preferred Option

March 18, 2013:  Public ANC 6A Transportation & Public Space Meeting to Discuss Changes to Roadway/Traffic Associated with Project

April 10, 2013:  Project discussed at Public ANC 6C Meeting

June 2013:  Mayor Gray visits ANC 6A and discusses, among other things, the Maryland Avenue Safety Project

July 2013:  6A voted to support the project

September 12, 2013:  ANC 6C discussed project at public meeting and voted unanimously in support

May 21, 2014:  Public Community Meeting to Discuss Project

June 11, 2014:  Project discussed at public 6C meeting

November 21, 2014:  Maryland Avenue Project discussed at DC Council Roundtable on MoveDC

March 6, 2015:  Maryland Avenue Project discussed at DC Council DDOT Oversight Hearing

April 9, 2015:  Mayor Bowser discussed Maryland Avenue at public ANC 6A meeting

May 12: 2015:  Public Community Meeting to Discuss Project

December 16, 2015:  Mayor Bowser holds press conference at 10th and Maryland announcing release of the City's Vision Zero Action Plan and highlights planned upgrades along Maryland Avenue as an example of how Vision Zero will be implemented

February 22, 2016:  DDOT Director Dormsjo discussed details of Maryland Avenue Project at public ANC 6A Transportation and Public Space Meeting

July 20, 2016:  Mayor Bowser holds a community meeting at the Northeast Library to discuss the Maryland Avenue Safety Project

August 10, 2016:  DDOT holds meeting at the Northeast Library to solicit feedback on the draft engineering drawings for the Maryland Avenue Safety Project