Are you a D.C. resident? Do you have thoughts on how you’d like to get around the city over the next twenty years? It’s critical that you get involved with MoveDC, the District Department of Transportation’s long-range planning process for transportation in D.C. MoveDC kicked off with an “Idea Exchange” in early February. Attendees were asked to identify their priorities for transportation, map their routes, and share their desires for D.C.’s transportation future.
The MoveDC process will continue with a series of public meetings in wards 3, 6, 7, and 8. We encourage you to attend the meetings, especially those closest to your home, to voice your interest in dedicated facilities for bicyclists. These meetings, called “Ideas That Build” workshops, begin next Wednesday.
More information can be found on our website and on MoveDC’s website. See a PDF of our suggested talking points here. The dates of the workshops are listed below the jump; if you can attend, please RSVP with us here.
Session 1 (Ward 7)
Wed., March 20
Department of Employment Services community room
4058 Minnesota Ave. NE
Session 2 (Ward 8)
Thurs., March 21
Matthews Memorial Baptist Church
2616 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE
Session 3 (Ward 6)
Tues., March 26
Ludlow-Taylor Elementary School multi-purpose room
259 G St. NE
Session 4 (Ward 1)
Thurs., March 28
Woodrow Wilson High School
3950 Chesapeake St. NW