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Oxon Run Trail Rehabilitation Project

The Oxon Run Trail Rehabilitation Project is design project running from South Capitol Street SE to 13th Street SE, approximately 3.4 total miles of trail on both sides of Oxon Run in Ward 8.

The goal of this project was to improve bicycle and pedestrian access within Oxon Run Park and the nonmotorized network connections to surrounding destinations by rehabilitating the existing trails, as well as extending the trail networks.

The four-phase project began mid-October 2016 and concluded November 2017. The construction included new asphalt trail on both sides of Oxon Run, multiple bioretention stormwater facilities, an extensive trail lighting system, and trees throughout the park.

The rehabilitated trail helps to improve access to Oxon Run Park and the broader District trail network. 

Construction Overview

  • Construction of Oxon Run Trail began October 17, 2016. 
  • Construction contractor was Capitol Paving of DC, Inc.
  • Construction Manager was KCI Technologies Inc.
  • Construction was completed October 27, 2017.
  • The construction cost of the project was approximately $11,400,000.00. 

Project Manager: Patrick Ogbeide
Phone: (202) 671-4647

Project at a Glance

Project Title: Oxon Run Trail Rehabilitation Project
Providing Agency: District Department of Transportation (DDOT)
Office: Infrastructure Project Management Division (IPMD)
Status: Preliminary Design
Type: Trail Project
Actual Budget: $11.4 million (83 percent federal and 17 percent local)

Related Information

The Oxon Run Trail Rehabilitation Project concept plan has been developed by DDOT to improve bicycle and pedestrian transportation and recreational park access.