Five Corridor Projects in Ward 5
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You probably have seen work happening in Ward 5 but have no clue to what is going on. Below is a brief summary.
As an extensive public awareness, effort is underway, including public meetings, community outreach, advertising, and traditional and social media, such as Twitter, travelers will be advised of impacts and encouraged to use alternative routes, modes, and schedules.
DDOT is closely coordinating with the Maryland State Highway Administration CHART traffic system, Virginia Department of Transportation Traffic Management Center, neighboring counties, law enforcement and EMS agencies, and other stakeholders.
BIG TIME WORK TO NEW YORK AVENUE
Overview of Construction Projects 2009- 2011
Five Corridor Projects Start fall of 2009 projected end Summer 2011
Resurfacing/Rehabilitation of Brentwood Road, NE 9th Street, NE; W Street NE
Project also includes: Resurfacing, reconstructing and upgrading selected roads; improving curbs, gutters, sidewalks and storm water drainage systems.
Replacement of 9th Street Bridge, NE over New York Avenue and Rail lines
Project also includes improving: pedestrian safety with wider sidewalks and enhanced, signalized intersections; installing ornamental light poles and fixtures, fencing, railing, landscaping, curb and medians.
Reconstruction of New York Avenue Bridge over Rail Lines and Approaching Roads.
Project also includes: Relocating and improving the existing bridge support system; improving approach roads and adjacent sidewalks.
Safety Improvements for Florida Avenue/New York Avenue/First Street/Eckington Place NE
Project also includes: Upgrading traffic signals, streetlights, crosswalks and sidewalks; implementing a circular flow to allow improved access for motorists, pedestrians and cyclists.
Reconstruction of First Street, NE from K Street to New York Avenue, NE
Projects also includes: Replacing existing road structures with new ramps and four operational lanes.
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