District Department of Transportation

Copies of the Finding of No Significant Impact and Final Environmental Assessment can be downloaded by clicking below:

Copies of the Environmental Assessment can be downloaded by clicking below:

Hi-Res Environmental Assessment
Lo-Res Environmental Assessment

Copies of Technical Reports and Other Support Information can be downloaded by clicking below:

Section 106 Compliance Review Culvert Analysis Report
Project Cost Estimates Drainage Area Map – Alternative 2
Drainage Report Drainage Area Map – Alternative 3

District of Columbia’s Priority Sidewalk Assurance Act of 2010

A key piece of local legislation related to the need for improvements to Oregon Avenue is the District of Columbia’s Priority Sidewalk Assurance Act of 2010 (Law #L18-0227) enacted on July 7, 2010 and effective September 24, 2010. This law requires the installation of sidewalks “to ensure a safe and accessible environment for pedestrians and persons with disabilities.” The law requires that, for roadways with no sidewalks on either side of the roadway, reconstruction shall include installation of a sidewalk. It further states that, for “roadways that are missing sidewalks, but are not undergoing major construction, sidewalk installation shall be prioritized for the following areas: (1) Missing sidewalks in school areas; (2) Routes that provide access to parks and recreational facilities; (3) Transit stops; (4) Locations where the absence of a sidewalk creates substantial pedestrian safety risks; and (5) Roadway segments for which residents petitioned to have sidewalks.” Oregon Avenue meets the criteria for prioritization based on considerations 1, 2, 3, and 4.

Click here to see the complete law: Sidewalk Law