There will be a new two-way traffic pattern implemented on New Hampshire Avenue, between M Street and Washington Circle, starting on or about Tuesday, June 17, 2014.
This traffic pattern change is a key milestone as DDOT moves toward the completion of its New Hampshire Avenue Streetscape Project. The new two-way traffic pattern will help facilitate bike travel on the two new bike lanes along the corridor and improve connections for motorists and local businesses.
Variable Message Signs (VMS) will be in place to advise drivers, cyclists and pedestrians about the change on this corridor from a one-way to two-way traffic pattern. Travelers who frequent this section of New Hampshire Avenue NW are urged to stay alert and use caution in the area.
For more information about the New Hampshire Avenue Streetscape Project and to sign up for future updates, please visit NewHampshireAveStreetscape.com. Questions about the project may be directed to the Public Outreach Contact Ian Swain at Ian@thecsmi.com or at 202–563-5033.
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The Foggy Bottom Association recently surveyed its members about issues important to them. The results of the survey will help to inform the Association’s work over the next two years.
More than 160 members responded, below are those results.
May 2014 Report on Member Survey from the Foggy Bottom Association
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The 2014 exhibition, Sculpted: Histories Revealed, will feature 16 contemporary sculptures by 15 artists, most nationally recognized. This is the fourth iteration of the award-winning Arts in Foggy Bottom outdoor sculpture exhibit, one of Washington’s leading programs for presenting public art.
The opening day festivities are scheduled for Saturday, May 17, at 4:00 p.m. on the corner of New Hampshire and I Streets NW and will include a tour of the sculptures. The artists will be stationed at their respective pieces and will discuss them as attendees reach their sites.
Following the tour, there will be a reception for artists, homeowners, and attendees at the Watergate Gallery.
The exhibition will continue until Saturday, October 25, in front of homes and businesses between 24th & 26th Streets NW, and H & K Streets NW, day and night.
Funding for the 2014 exhibition has been provided by a Planned Unit Development (PUD) amenity from the Hilton Garden Inn at 2201 M Street, NW. The Foggy Bottom Association Defense and Improvement Corporation made the three prior biennials possible.