In this workshop, WABA’s Organizing Manager walks through some of the specific ways that we approach making streets safe, comfortable, and accessible. We review our proven strategies for getting attention and action from DC agencies on sidewalk fixes, intersection improvements, traffic calming, and more to improve traffic safety and reduce traffic crashes.
- Basic steps for interacting with DDOT and city agencies—getting the most out of 311 and traffic safety assessments
- What to ask for—effective changes for more walkable, safe, and low-stress streets
- Building support—looping in elected officials and civic groups to get things done
- Tactics, tips and resources for escalating—proven strategies for demonstrating support and how WABA can support getting results
Download the slides here.
Do you have a street safety issue that affects walking, biking or traffic safety that is not getting traction with a DC agency? Do you have an idea for a design change to make a street near you more walkable and bikeable? We would love to hear about it and connect you with people and resources to make it happen. Email email@example.com to get started. Learn more about our campaign to build DC’s Low Stress Bicycle Network and get involved at waba.org/network.
Last updated by Garrett Hennigan on August 27, 2021.