This Digital Design Charrette has it all: buses, bikes, and curbside management. Pennsylvania Avenue is fundamental to moving people and policy through Washington, DC. Also known as “America’s Main Street,” the corridor connects the White House to Congress before traversing the Anacostia Bridge and entering Maryland.
The 1.3 mile segment between the Library of Congress and the John Philip Sousa Bridge is one of the busiest sections of Pennsylvania Avenue, serving as a critical multi-modal transportation connection for over a century. During this Digital Design Charrette, the DDOT active transportation, transit, and curbside management teams will join forces to dig into how to balance the needs of Pennsylvania Avenue SE and keep people moving safely and sustainably as the District grows.
Graham Young, Complete Street Manager, Baltimore DOT
Tim Frémaux, Senior Engineer, LADOT
Valerie Watson, Supervising Transportation Planner, LADOT
Ted Wright, Director of Bicycle and Greenway Program, NYCDOT
Kyle Gebhart, Deputy Director – Bus Priority, NYCDOT
Megan Kanagy, Bus Priority Program Lead, DDOT
Mike Goodno, Bicycle Program Specialist, DDOT