Category Archives: Infrastructure Repair

Restoring Critical Links: Upgrading the District’s Robust Bridge Network

Mayor Muriel Bowser broke ground on construction of the new Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge on February 13. The new Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge is the largest facet of the District Department of Transportation’s (DDOT) South Capitol Street Corridor Project, the largest … Continue reading

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Portrait of an Alley: A Look Into DDOT’s AlleyPalooza Campaigns

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The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) broke ground on the first AlleyPalooza in July 2015. Since then, DDOT has renovated more than 400 alleys over six AlleyPalooza campaigns, which are part of Mayor Muriel Bowser’s ongoing initiative to focus on … Continue reading

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DDOT’s Serious Spending on Streets: Agency Increases Allotment for Roadway Paving Over 40 Percent in FY 2017

The work starts in the spring and continues through the fall. That’s when the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) performs annual street maintenance to keep the District’s roadways as close as possible to newly constructed condition. It can be a … Continue reading

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