From a DDOT press release:
The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) will begin roadway repairs as part of the final stage of Phase II of the Columbia Heights Public Realm Project. Crews are scheduled to begin a three week pavement excavation and asphalt paving project starting in the center lanes on northbound 14th Street from Park Road to Monroe Street, NW, weather permitting.
Construction crews will begin placing concrete traffic barriers after 9 a.m. on March 26 to cordon off the work area.
A single lane of traffic will be maintained at all times, in both directions. Motorists should be aware of transitions and lane changes due to the construction.
Businesses along this busy commercial corridor will remain open during construction with unrestricted access.
The Metrobus stop at Park Road and 14th St. will be relocated temporarily to north of Monroe St.
DDOT Traffic Control Officers (TCOs) will be positioned at the intersections during am and pm rush-hours to help facilitate traffic. Flagmen and Variable Message Signs will be utilized to assist in directing the flow of both pedestrian and vehicular traffic.