“The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) will temporarily close lanes at 9th Street NW, from T Street NW to U Street NW beginning August 9 through October 14, 2021, weather permitting.
These lane closures are scheduled to start on Monday, August 9, 2021, extending through Thursday, October 14,2021, weather permitting.
Traffic controls will be in place to guide all users of the roadway through the work zone safely. Motorists should expect delays due to the lane closures and are advised to stay alert and be observant of signage and road work crews while traveling in this area.
These closures are required for construction activities associated with the following DDOT project:
Florida Avenue NW/9th Street NW Reconstruction Project
DDOT is reconstructing Florida Avenue and 9th Street NW from T Street to Barry Place NW to provide safer access for all modes and improve the conditions of the existing roadway, pedestrian, and bicycle facilities. The project includes updating and installing landscaping, drainage, waterline, traffic signals, streetlights, bike lanes and shared use lanes.
For more information about the Florida Avenue NW/9th Street NW Reconstruction Project and to stay up-to-date on traffic related impacts and construction progress, please visit https://rebrand.ly/FloridaAveNW or www.ddot.dc.gov.”
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