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Sustainable DC: DDOT Constructs Almost 30 Green Alleys Since 2012

DDOT is advancing Mayor Muriel Bowser’s Sustainable DC goals by installing green alleys to curb stormwater and combined sewage from overflowing into local waterways.   Since 2012, DDOT has installed nearly 30 green alleys in the District aimed at reducing … Continue reading

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A Full Circle Approach: DDOT Aims to Take Lessons from Traffic Safety Gains in Grant Circle NW to Rest of District

After almost a year of traffic studies and input from local community members the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) installed a series of safety improvements around Grant Circle NW. These improvements were swiftly installed – unburdening nearby residents from undergoing … Continue reading

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Branching Out: DDOT Expands Tree Canopy by More Than 8,000 Trees in FY 2017

A little more than a month into the 2017-18 tree planting season and the District Department of Transportation (DDOT)’s Urban Forestry Division (UFD) has already planted more than 2,400 trees. The tree planting season runs from mid-fall through mid-spring, and … Continue reading

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