The District Department of Transportation manages hundreds of projects across the city. Much of this work, spread across all eight wards, is federally funded and ensures the District's transportation network is properly maintained and improved on an ongoing basis.
DDOT began construction of 11th Street Bridge Project in December 2009 to replace the two existing bridges with three new bridges and improve the related interchanges.
The Anacostia Riverwalk is a planned 16-mile multi-use trail along the east and west banks of the Anacostia River in the Washington, DC.
The Anacostia Waterfront revitalization integrates multiple transportation, land use and economic development projects within the area surrounding the Anacostia River.
The replacement of a partially collapsed culvert with a new wider culvert.
The M Street cycle track, with a buffer of parked cars and flexible posts, will span over a mile on the north side of M Street NW. The lane will be installed as a “traditional” bike lane marked by green paint to increase visibility.
This project will rehabilitate the intersection of Nebraska Avenue and Military Road. The project includes 810’ of Nebraska, 550’ of Military Road and 190’ of Broad Branch Road to meet other projects terminated nearby.
DDOT, IPMA is conducting safety evaluation along New Jersey Avenue, NW between H and N Streets, NW to determine improvements necessary to address existing safety and traffic operational deficiencies within the corridor.
This project will develop alternatives and assess impacts for the reconstruction of Oregon Avenue. The project will include sidewalks, drainage facilities, signage and pavement markings.
This design project is to improve access within Oxon Run Park and the non-motorized network connections to surrounding destinations by rehabilitating the existing trails, as well as extending the trail networks.
Replacement of 16th Street NW Bridge over Military Road NW
The South Capitol Street Corridor Project will transform the street from an urban freeway into a boulevard while improving safety, multi-modal transportation mobility and community access that will support economic development.
The Portal provides a wealth of performance data and project information in an easy to use online dashboard.
Community Meetings and Outreach
Between 2014 and 2015, DDOT hosted several project update meetings in all eight wards of the city, to keep the various communities appraised of work, and to respond to questions about the projects and upcoming work.