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Survey Says: 15th Street Traffic


Borderstanians: I learned today that the city has decided on a traffic reconfiguration plan for 15th Street NW. It will have two-way bicycle lanes, but keep three northbound lanes of traffic (see “Reconfiguration of 15th St. NW: What We’re Getting.”)

On Jan. 31, I posted a poll here at Borderstan.com, asking readers, “Should 15th St. NW be a 2-way traffic street?” Below are the results (as of Feb. 19) of this extremely unscientific and unreliable public opinion poll. Remember that anyone can/did offer their opinion, regardless of where they live.

“Should 15th St. NW be a 2-way traffic street?”

  • 52% (49 votes): “No, keep it 1-way north of Mass. Ave.”
  • 39% (37 votes): “Yes, 2-way vehicle traffic north of Mass. Ave.”
  • 5% (5 votes): “Don’t care if it’s 1-way or 2-way traffic.”
  • 4% (4 votes): “Not sure.”
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February 20, 2009 - Posted by | Borderstan, D.C. Government, DC transportation, on community, opinion poll | , ,

3 Comments »

  1. […] conducted a study two years ago to determine whether to 15th Street NW should become a two-way street north of Massachusetts. Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)15th Street NW: Work […]

    Pingback by 15th Street: No More Rush Hour Lanes Below Mass Ave « Borderstan | March 4, 2010 | Reply

  2. […] Street north of Massachusetts Avenue into a two-way street (I personally would have preferred it, many neighbors did not and opinions varied). DDoT kicked around several different configurations for 15th Street and finally decided to […]

    Pingback by 15th Street Southbound Bike Lane Installation Starts MONDAY « Borderstan | October 23, 2009 | Reply

  3. […] Two great postings today at Greater Greater Washington… one on the plans for the Whitman-Walker property on 14th Street NW between S and Swann NW… and the other on DDOT’s traffic flow plans for 15th Street NW (Borderstan postings here and here). […]

    Pingback by On the Blogs: Greater Greater Washington « Borderstan | February 24, 2009 | Reply


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