The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) 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.
- See the Projects Forecast (http://projects.ddotsites.com/) for upcoming projects. This includes projects that are still being solicited.
- See the District Transportation Access Portal or DTAP (https://dtap.ddot.dc.gov/) for real-time project updates and statuses.
- See the Studies and Research page for projects in the research phase.
DDOT's Capital Infrastructure Projects in Active Construction Phases
Projects in Active Design Phases
11th Street Bridge Project (Completed 2014)
DDOT began construction of the 11th Street Bridge Project in December 2009 to replace the two existing bridges with three new bridges and improve the related interchanges.
Replacement of 16th Street NW Bridge over Military Road NW (Completed 2015)
Replacement of 16th Street NW Bridge over Military Road NW.
The replacement of a partially collapsed culvert with a new wider culvert.
M Street Cycle Track Installation (Completed 2015)
The M Street cycle track, with a buffer of parked cars and flexible posts, span over a mile on the north side of M Street NW. It was installed as a traditional bike lane marked by green paint to increase visibility.
Nebraska Avenue to Military Road Project (Completed 2013)
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 nearby.
Anacostia Riverwalk Trail (Completed October 2016)
The trail provides seamless, scenic travel for pedestrians and bicyclists along the Anacostia River.
This is the third major transportation study to look at transportation improvements for the Anacostia Waterfront Initiative area.
Oxon Run Trail Rehabilitation Project (Completed October 2017)
The goal of the Oxon Run Trail Rehabilitation project was to improve bicycle and pedestrian access within Oxon Run Park and the nonmotorized network connections to surrounding destinations.
Key Bridge Project (Completed)
Klingle Valley Trail Project (Completed June 2017)
The Klingle Valley Trail Project converts Klingle Road NW between Cortland Place and Porter Street into a pedestrian and bicycle trail using green infrastructure components.
The portal provides a wealth of performance data and project information in an easy-to-use online dashboard.