14th STREET NW
FROM THOMAS CIRCLE TO FLORIDA AVENUE
ABOUT THE PROJECT
The 14th Street NW Streetscape project corridor spans approximately one mile from Thomas Circle to Florida Avenue. It is a diverse major multi-modal transportation arterial with an active business community. The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) is working to create a safer, more livable, sustainable and attractive corridor. This project is currently in construction.
The project objective is to increase multi-modal safety and accessibility; improve mobility and pedestrian safety with ADA compliance; and improve the corridor with new streetscape.
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Stacee Hemby, Community Outreach:
Kendry Contreras, Construction Manager:
Samuel Ayodele, Project Engineer:
Project Field Office
Thurgood Marshall Center for Services
1816 12th Street NW, 2nd Floor
Washington, DC 20009
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