DDOT will be installing a speed hump on the 6000 block of 32nd St., NW. Comments regarding this traffic calming measure should be sent in writing no later than 10 business days from August 11, 2022 to DDOT’s representative below.
DDOT’s Email dated August 11, 2022 to Commissioner Zeldin (cc: Chair Gore)
DDOT has completed a Traffic Safety Investigation (TSI) involving speed and traffic calming concerns at the 6000 Block of 32nd Street NW (between Quesada Street NW and Rittenhouse Street NW) via SR 22-00105703. Based on our engineering evaluation, DDOT intends to install one (1) speed hump in the 6000 Block of 32nd Street NW. The proposed location is in ANC 3G04.
We are reaching out to you for the purpose of notification and solicitation of comments on our decision to implement the above countermeasures in your jurisdiction. All comments on this matter must be provided to me in writing, no later than ten (10) business days after the date of this notice, so that we are able to review and consider your feedback. If no comments are received within this timeframe, DDOT will proceed with the design and installation of the recommended countermeasures.
Please note that DDOT has performed a complete engineering evaluation for this location in accordance with the new Guidelines on Vertical Traffic Calming Implementation. As part of these guidelines, all proposed vertical traffic calming installations require ANC notification. The sole purpose of this notification is to provide the ANC Commissioner, as the locally elected representative, an opportunity to confer with the residents and relay the feedback to DDOT.
Please do not hesitate to contact me should you have any questions about this process or any specific concerns about this location.
Christian Piñeiro, MPA
Community Engagement Specialist, Wards 3 & 4
Office of the Director
District Department of Transportation
250 M Street SE, Suite 817-18
Washington, DC 20003