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Action Agenda: 2010

Action Agenda: 2010

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This document outlines a set of policies and corresponding plan of action that DDOT will follow to meet these challenges; to increase the livability of the city for the future while continuing to grow a world-class transportation department and system in our nation’s capital. This two-year plan includes aggressive, but achievable, benchmarks to measure our success.
This document outlines a set of policies and corresponding plan of action that DDOT will follow to meet these challenges; to increase the livability of the city for the future while continuing to grow a world-class transportation department and system in our nation’s capital. This two-year plan includes aggressive, but achievable, benchmarks to measure our success.

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Published by: District Department of Transportation on Dec 29, 2010
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mission statement
The mission of the District of ColumbiaDepartment of Transportation is to:Develop and maintain a cohesive, sustainabletransportation system that delivers safe,affordable, and convenient ways to move peopleand goods — while protecting and enhancing thenatural, environmental, and cultural resourcesof the District.
vision statement
DDOT is committed to achieving an exceptionalquality of life in the nation’s capital through moresustainable travel practices, safer streets, andoutstanding access to goods and services.Central to this vision is improving energy efciency and modern mobility by providingnext generation alternatives to single occupancy driving in the city.
 
director’s message
When I took the helm of the District Department of Transportation(DDOT) in February 2009, I walked into an organization of dedicated staffresponsible for over $44 billion worth of infrastructure. The foundation wasthere. My goal for the Department is to meet the needs of a 21st centurycity by taking into account mode choice and maintaining our infrastructure,investment in our neighborhoods, sustainability and livability, and improvedtransparency and communication (like this!).I am excited to present to you the 2010 Action Agenda, which lays outclear, dened, and measurable actions that we as an agency commit todelivering in a timely, on-budget manner through an open process. The Action Agenda is meant to be a two-year document which will be followedby a public report on the progress we made: areas in which DDOT excelledand areas that need improvement.We have identied policies and programs described in this documentthat will meet, and in some cases exceed, the current needs of Districtresidents, commuters, and visitors without compromising mobility optionsor the environment for future generations. In fact, we want to set the stagefor the continued renaissance of Washington. We desire over time to bringback 100,000 residents to the nation’s capital by linking neighborhoods toeconomic opportunities, and investing in a built environment that standsthe test of time and encourages people to live, work, and play in the city.The entire DDOT team and I look forward to working with the Mayor, citycouncil, and the public to achieve these goals and set more in the future.We commit to you that DDOT will deliver.Gabe KleinDirectorDistrict Department of Transportation

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