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ABOUT

The C Street NE Implementation Project was designed to improve safety and comfort along the project corridor for all right-of-way users, while ensuring improvements to neighborhood connectivity and mobility for all modes throughout the project area. The project is located in Ward 6, Washington, D.C. and extends along C Street NE from 14th Place NE to 22nd Street NE and North Carolina Avenue NE from 14th Street NE to 16th Street NE. The C Street NE Implementation Project will improve overall safety for pedestrians, motorists and cyclists along the C Street NE corridor.

 
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PROJECT TIMELINE

PROJECT LIMITS

The project limits extend along C Street NE from 14th Place NE to 22nd Street NE and North Carolina Avenue NE from 14th Street NE to 16th Street NE. 

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EMERGENCY CONTACTS


DDOT Project Manager

Abdusemed Ali

202-369-6466

 

Construction Manager

Joe Lachewitz

703-634-9624

 

Alternate Contact

Juan Torres

571-429-1487

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