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Revi t al i zat i on of Pennsy l vani a Avenue, SE
For t he Gr eat St r eet s I ni t i at i v e
Concept Desi gn – Fi nal Repor t
Ex ecut i v e Summar y
The concept design for t he Revit alizat ion of Pennsylvania Avenue, SE has been developed as
part of t he Dist rict of Columbia’s Great St reet s I nit iat ive t o improve qualit y of life in
neighborhoods along t he corridor, support local demand for goods and services t hrough
economic revit alizat ion, expand mobilit y choices, improve safet y and efficiency of all modes
of t ransport at ion and at t ract privat e invest ment t hrough t he demonst rat ion of public
commit ment t o Great St reet communit ies. The Anacost ia Wat erfront I nit iat ive Archit ect ural
Design St andards and t he Great St reet s Framework will be incorporat ed int o t he design. The
proj ect will also ut ilize cont ext sensit ive solut ions/ design t o incorporat e safet y and access
improvement s while preserving t he hist orical int egrit y of t he proj ect area.
The proj ect area encompasses Pennsylvania Avenue, SE from t he foot of t he Sousa Bridge t o
Sout hern Avenue, SE and is concent rat ed on improvement s t o t he public right of way and
infrast ruct ure.
The goal of t his proj ect , t he first of t he Great St reet s corridors t o be implement ed, is t o
revit alize Pennsylvania Avenue, SE by improving safet y and mobilit y for vehicular, bicyclist
and pedest rian t raffic; st reet scaping and urban design; and encouraging economic
development . This concept design will provide a framework t o remake Pennsylvania Avenue
SE, a “ Signat ure” Boulevard, t hat offers spect acular views, and will provide it s communit y
wit h pedest rian- orient ed nodes t hat offer diverse and high qualit y ret ail services. Anchored
by t hree significant act ivit y nodes – at L’Enfant Square, Branch Avenue, and Alabama
Avenue- which alt ernat e wit h resident ial areas, t he Corridor’s st reet edge will be unified by
t he sidewalk mat erial, large t ree cover, landscaping and st reet light s. This well art iculat ed
st reet edge will emphasize views t oward t he U. S. Capit ol. Pocket parks will be easily
accessible, wit h enhanced crosswalks, higher illuminat ion levels, and public art . While new
sidewalks, bicycle pat hs, light ing, enhanced crosswalks, and signage make t he Cit y’s Parks
and Trails along t he Corridor easily accessible. The Corridor will t hus reinforce t he Vision
St at ement and become an import ant amenit y and focal area for t he neighborhoods, and t he
Dist rict at large.
I n t he past , numerous st udies and planning have been performed on Pennsylvania Avenue,
SE and t he surrounding communit y. This concept design t akes int o account t hese effort s and
t he effort s of t he local communit y in developing t he concept s being present ed. The following
st udies and report s have been used as a basis for t his concept Design:

• Pennsylvania Avenue Task Force Vision Plan
• Pennsylvania Avenue, SE Transport at ion St udy
• Middle Anacost ia River Crossing Transport at ion St udy
• Bolan Smart Market St udy for L’Enfant Square
• DC Bicycle Mast er Plan
• Pennsylvania Avenue, SE - Great St reet s Framework Plan
I n addit ion t o t hese st udies and plans, as part of t he development of t his concept design,
numerous communit y meet ings and charret t es were held:
• Mult iple Pennsylvania Avenue Task Force meet ings
• Kick- Off Public Meet ing – June 30, 2006


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• Design Charret t e – July 26 t hru 29, 2006
• DDOT/ OP Communit y Meet ing – Sept ember 25, 2006
• Hillcrest Civic Associat ion Meet ing – Oct ober 7, 2006
• OP St eering Commit t ee Meet ing – Oct ober 23, 2006
• DDOT/ OP Communit y Meet ing – November 9, 2006
The effort of t his proj ect was t o develop a comprehensive plan based on communit y input
and sound engineering st udy t hat would sat isfy t he principles of t he Dist rict ’s Great St reet s
I nit iat ive, local st akeholders and t he communit y at large. The four day design charret t e held
in lat e July, 2006 provided a wealt h of input from t he communit y and ot her st akeholders on
t heir vision for t he corridor. Out of t hat charret t e, numerous viable and non- viable
alt ernat ives were developed. These alt ernat ives were init ially evaluat ed and condensed down
t o t hree viable opt ions for t he corridor and t hree for t he Pennsylvania Avenue/ Minnesot a
Avenue ( L’Enfant Square) int ersect ion. The alt ernat ives for t he corridor are as follows:
• Four Lane wit h Landscaped Median
• Four Lane wit h On- St reet Bicycle Lanes
• Five Lane – Reversible Lane
As a sub- opt ion t o Alt ernat ives 1 and 3, t he out er lane in t he rush hour period would be
designat ed for Transit / HOV/ Right Turn vehicles only.
Anot her sub- opt ion t op Alt ernat ives 1 and 3 provides for an off road ( behind t he curb) bicycle
pat h.
The alt ernat ives for t he L’Enfant Square area are as follows:
• Square wit h Pennsylvania Avenue Bisect ing ( Modified Square)
• Circle wit hin t he Square wit h Pennsylvania Avenue Bisect ing ( Ellipse)
• Convent ional I nt ersect ion of Pennsylvania Avenue and Minnesot a Avenue
( Convent ional)
Det ailed evaluat ion crit eria was developed which was based on t he principles of t he Great
St reet s Framework Plan and on input derived from t he design charret t e. These alt ernat ives
were fully developed t o a concept level, t raffic analysis performed and urban design concept s
developed prior t o det ailed evaluat ion of t hese crit eria. The evaluat ion led t o t he select ion of
t he four lane median alt ernat ive wit h t he off st reet bicycle pat h for t he corridor and t he
square wit h Pennsylvania Avenue bisect ing for t he L’Enfant Square int ersect ion. The square
was modified t o reduce t he impact t o resident ial propert ies along Minnesot a Avenue and 25
t h

St reet . I n addit ion t o t hese t ypical corridor configurat ions, at t he ret ail nodes of L’Enfant ,
Penn- Branch and Alabama Avenue, addit ional modificat ions are proposed t o provide on- st reet
parking and addit ional amenit y zones for out door café or market space. These preferred
alt ernat ives and t he ot her st udied alt ernat ives, as well as t he evaluat ions and analyses are
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Table of Cont ent s Executive Summary........................................................................................................................................ 1
Great Streets Program – Principles and Program Goals............................................................................ 5
Program Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Funding and Budget . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Guiding Principles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Existing Conditions......................................................................................................................................... 7
Exist ing Roadway Net work. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Traffic Operat ions ( include count s, accident dat a, LOS, et c in t he appendix) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Pedest rian and Bicycle Net work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Safet y Deficiencies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Parks and Green Space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Public Transport at ion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
St reet scaping Element s. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Ret ail Environmen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . t 16
Environment al Feat ures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Public Participation...................................................................................................................................... 16
Design Alternatives Developed as a Result of Charrette........................................................................... 17
Alt ernat ives Evaluat ion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Final Preferred Alternative.......................................................................................................................... 19
Traffic Operat ions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Pedest rian and Bicycle Net work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Safet y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22


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Public Transport at ion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Overall St reet scape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Urban design and Open Spaces. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
St reet scape at ret ail nodes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Low- I mpact Design Principles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Urban Design Plan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Plan Sheet s. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Appendix........................................................................................................................................................ 47


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Gr eat St r eet s Pr ogr am – Pr i nci pl es and Pr ogr am Goal s
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Great St reet s are vit al t o great cit ies. A Great St reet promot es bot h communit y and
commerce. I t is an invit ing place where people want t o visit , shop, walk, and enj oy t he
surrounding st reet environment . A Great St reet support s and st rengt hens exist ing local
businesses while at t ract ing improved and expanded ret ail services. A Great St reet is unique
and memorable – it t ells a st ory about it s adj acent communit ies. A Great St reet is safe and
comfort able t o walk along and provides many different ways of movement and accessibilit y -
by foot , bike, bus, st reet car, subway or car.
Pr ogr am Goal s
• I mprove t he qualit y of life in neighborhoods along t he corridors, including public
safet y, physical appearance, and personal opport unit y;
• Support local demand for goods and services t hrough economic development ;
• Expand mobilit y choices and improve safet y, and efficiency of all modes of t ravel;
and
• At t ract privat e invest ment t hrough t he demonst rat ion of a public commit ment t o
Great St reet s communit ies.
Fundi ng and Budget
DDOT, ( Dist rict Depart ment of Transport at ion) has secured over $100 million t o invest in t he
first phase of Great St reet s improvement s over t he next 4 years. The DDOT “ Great St reet s
Framework Plan” est ablishes a st rat egy for public invest ment s across all six corridors. Great
St reet funds are coming from a new source – t he revenue from t he cit y’s bus shelt er
cont ract . Funding t he program from new local sources provides a guarant eed funding st ream,
does not compet e wit h or deplet e any ot her program, and provides for more flexible uses
t han federal t ransport at ion funding t ypically allows. I n addit ion t o DDOT resources, t he
Office of t he Deput y Mayor for Planning and Economic Development has appropriat ed more
t han $16 million in FY 2006 t o support local business development , land use planning, and
development assist ance on t he corridors.
Gui di ng Pr i nci pl es
1. ENERGI ZE
St r engt hen busi nesses and ot her l ocal i nst i t ut i ons and ser v i ces
Chal l enge:


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Source: Dist rict Depart ment of Transport at ion Great St reet s Framework Plan
Change t he public and market percept ions of t he corridors t hrough
st reet scape and t ransport at ion improvement s, and reposit ion t hem as
one of t he best places t o live and work, consequent ly expanding t he
cit y’s t ax base.
Act i ons:
• I nvest in areas where mixed- use and mixed income development s
could flourish, especially around t ransit nodes and maj or crossings
• Creat e an at t ract ive public environment along t he exist ing ret ail areas,
open spaces and inst it ut ions
2. REFRESH
I nt egr at e and conser v e nat ur al r esour ces, and cr eat e v al uabl e open
spaces
Chal l enge:
Transform roadways and int ersect ions int o environment ally friendly
and usable communit y open spaces.
Act i ons:
• Employ low impact development ( LI D) t echniques t o improve t he
qualit y and reduce t he quant it y of st orm wat er run- off int o our rivers
and st reams
• Develop defined and shaded right s of way, wit h st reet t rees and ot her
plant ings, wit hout inhibit ing visibilit y of businesses • I nst all adequat e
t rash recept acles, especially in neighborhood commercial areas
• Reduce t he Urban “ Heat I sland Effect ” , wit h “ greened” st reet ways
• Support t he est ablishment of programs for schools and t he general
public aimed at promot ing an underst anding of clean, green, safe
st reet s
3. MOVE
Cr eat e a sust ai nabl e t r anspor t at i on net w or k , w i t h many t r av el opt i ons
Chal l enge:
Change t he exist ing “ corridors” funct ion from maj or vehicular art erials
int o st reet s t hat sust ain healt hy pedest rian and t ransit based act ivit ies,
and consequent ly support t he cit y’s air qualit y and t ransport at ion
agendas.

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Act i ons:
• Balance t he right - of- way, ( ROW) allocat ion such t hat people on foot ,
bicycle, t ransit and aut omobiles can safely coexist
• Priorit ize pedest rians and t heir needs and aggressively promot e a shift
t o walking, cycling, and use of public t ransit
• Minimize curb cut s and vehicle orient ed int ersect ions, and promot e
cont inuous access for walkers and cyclist s

• Deploy and enhance t ransit syst ems in order t o at t ract new
development s
• I nst all st reet light s t o enhance pedest rian movement s while providing
required roadway illuminat ion
• Transform dangerous int ersect ions int o pedest rian- friendly crossings
4. DI STI NGUI SH
Cr eat e st r eet s w i t h v i br ant pl aces t hat r ef l ect l ocal char act er
Chal l enge:
Transform each corridor int o a place t hat is memorable, compelling,
and desirable t o visit again and again.

Act i ons:
• Enhance view sheds and ease of access t o landmarks, parks, and
wat erfront s
• Reclaim sidewalks at vit al st reet nodes and segment s t o creat e space
for act ivit ies ot her t han walking
• Reconfigure import ant int ersect ions t o creat e nodes of ret ail clust ers,
corner parks and/ or t ransit hubs
• Design st reet scape element s and public art programs unique t o each
corridor’s cult ural and hist oric cont ext
5. CARE
I ncr ease communi t y ow ner shi p and st ew ar dshi p
Chal l enge:
Reposit ion t he st reet as a vit al
neighborhood asset , and t hus
increase t he communit y’s st ake
in it s design, upkeep, and
st ewardship.
Act i ons:
• I nvolve communit ies in t he
design development process
• Est ablish a Const ruct ion
Coordinat ion Commit t ee
represent ed by resident s and
local businesses
• Help est ablish local group ( s) for
regular maint enance, promot ion
of businesses, and coordinat ion
of event s



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Ex i st i ng Condi t i ons
The exist ing condit ions of Pennsylvania Avenue, SE were analyzed t horoughly as part of t he
init ial st udy of t he corridor. Field reconnaissance, aerial mapping, t opographic survey, t raffic
count s and informat ion collect ed from st akeholders and t he communit y. Addit ionally, DDOT
has provided informat ion, which includes previously complet ed st udies, which include t he
Pennsylvania Avenue, SE Transport at ion St udy. This dat a was consolidat ed and analyzed
and t he following sect ion represent s t he result s of t his effort .
Ex i st i ng Roadw ay Net w or k
The proj ect area encompasses Pennsylvania Avenue, SE from t he foot of t he Sousa Bridge t o
Sout hern Avenue, SE. At t he west end of t he proj ect , modificat ions t o t he Anacost ia Freeway
( I - 295) int erchange are being developed as a separat e effort by t he Anacost ia Wat erfront
I nit iat ive. This design did not consider t hese modificat ions, and only at t empt ed t o mat ch t he
exist ing roadway net work at t he int erface of t hese t wo proj ect s. Several maj or roadways
int ersect t he corridor and have been st udied as part of t his effort . These roadways include
Minnesot a Avenue, Branch Avenue, Alabama Avenue and Sout hern Avenue.
Pennsylvania Avenue, SE wit hin t he proj ect area is approximat ely 1. 8 miles long and is
classified as a principal art erial. The roadway is used as a maj or commut er rout e int o
Downt own Washingt on, DC and as an access rout e for local resident s t o access
neighborhoods on t he nort h and sout h side of t he corridor. Addit ionally t here are t hree
commercial nodes along t he corridor at L’Enfant Square, Branch Avenue and Alabama
Avenue.
The post ed speed on Pennsylvania Avenue, SE is 30 mph. Along t he corridor, t he roadway
ranges from a four- lane sect ion bet ween Sout hern Avenue and Carpent er St reet . Bet ween
Carpent er St reet and 27
t h
St reet , t he roadway sect ion has five lanes, t he cent er lane
operat ing as a reversible lane during peak periods. Bet ween 27
t h
St reet and t he Anacost ia
Freeway, t he roadway widens t o a widt h of eight lanes wit h t urning lanes at t he Fairlawn and
Minnesot a Avenue int ersect ions.
Tr af f i c Oper at i ons ( i ncl ude count s, acci dent dat a, LOS, et c i n t he appendi x )
Ext ensive dat a on exist ing t raffic operat ions were collect ed as part of t his st udy. Dat a
includes t raffic count s, crash summary report s, and level- of- service ( LOS) for signalized
int ersect ions. This support ing dat a can be found in Appendix A.
Traffic operat ions along Pennsylvania Avenue, SE can be charact erized by congest ed
condit ions during peak periods and free flow condit ions during off- peak periods. I n t he
morning peak period, heavy flows are direct ed t o t he east t owards Downt own Washingt on.
I n t he evening, heavy flows are direct ed t o t he west t owards Prince George’s Count y, MD.
Congest ed condit ions are more severe during t he morning peak period t han in t he evening
peak period. During off- peak periods, vehicles can generally t ravel under free flow
condit ions. Vehicle speeds frequent ly exceed t he post ed speed limit at t hese t imes.
During congest ed condit ions along Pennsylvania Avenue, SE vehicles will commonly
experience low speeds, frequent queuing, and spillbacks at numerous int ersect ions. Travel
speeds along t he corridor were observed t o be as low as 5 miles per hour ( mph) in t he
morning peak period for vehicles t raveling west int o Downt own Washingt on, DC. During t he
evening peak period, speeds were observed t o be as low as 17 mph for vehicles t raveling
east t owards Prince George’s Count y, MD. I t is not uncommon for congest ed condit ions t o
ext end from L’Enfant Square in t he west t o Texas Avenue in t he east for vehicles t raveling
west in t he morning peak period. During t he evening peak period, congest ed condit ions were
observed t o ext end from t he Sousa Bridge in t he west t o Branch Avenue in t he east .
Pedest r i an and Bi cy cl e Net w or k
The pedest rian and bicycle net work along Pennsylvania Avenue, SE is current ly uneven and
discont inuous. The sidewalk net work consist s primarily of 6 foot wide P. C. C. sidewalks along
bot h sides of t he roadway. The sidewalk is discont inuous along t he sout h side bet ween
Branch Avenue and t o a point approximat ely 280’ east of 31
st
St reet . This sect ion of t he
corridor has a ret aining wall support ing a cut slope t hat is locat ed six feet from t he face of
curb. Also, along t he sout h side, t he sidewalk is discont inuous from 33
rd
St reet t o 38
t h
St reet
abut t ing t he Fort Circle Park. I n addit ion t o t hese deficiencies, many of t he pedest rian cross
walks and handicap ramps are unsafe or non- exist ent and do not meet t he requirement s of
t he Americans wit h Disabilit ies Act . Access t o t he walkways on t he Sousa Bridge requires
pedest rians t o cross on- and off- ramps t o t he Anacost ia Freeway at unsafe locat ions.
According t o t he Dist rict of Columbia Bicycle Mast er Plan, published April, 2005, Pennsylvania
Avenue, SE is proposed t o have a mult i- use t rail from t he Sousa Bridge/ Anacost ia Park t o
Sout hern Avenue. Current ly t here are no provisions for bicyclist s along t he corridor except
for t he unsafe connect ions t o t he mult i- use pat hs on t he bridge and connect ions t o t he park.
The closest exist ing bicycle pat hs are along t he parallel Massachuset t s Avenue and along
Alabama Avenue, nort h of Pennsylvania Avenue, which have on- st reet bicycle lanes. Also, as
part of t he bicycle mast er plan, Branch Avenue is proposed t o have on- st reet bicycle lanes
bot h nort h and sout h of Pennsylvania Avenue.
Saf et y Def i ci enci es
Crash dat a collect ed bet ween 2000 and 2005 indicat e t hat side swipes and rear- ends are t he
prevalent accident t ypes along Pennsylvania Avenue, SE. Dat a furt her indicat es t hat almost
a maj orit y of t he report ed side swipes and rear- ends occurred at L’Enfant Square where
Pennsylvania Avenue and Minnesot a Avenue int ersect . Accident summary report s obt ained
from DDOT’s dat abases can be found in t he Pennsylvania Avenue, SE Transport at ion St udy
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Exist ing int ersect ion geomet ries and signal phasing are fact ors cont ribut ing t o crash
occurrences along t he corridor. Congest ed condit ions during peak periods and excessively
high vehicle speeds during off- peak periods are also cont ribut ing fact ors. The absence of left
t urn bays and prot ect ed left t urn phases at several int ersect ions along Pennsylvania Avenue,
SE is likely t o be a fact or cont ribut ing t o t he occurrence of rear- end crashes. I t is not
uncommon for vehicles t o unexpect edly st op in t he left lane ( t he lane where vehicles are
accust omed t o t raveling at higher speeds) and wait for a considerable t ime t o make left
t urns. The exist ing 5- lane cross sect ion along a maj orit y of Pennsylvania Avenue, SE is likely
t o be a fact or cont ribut ing t o t he occurrence of sideswipe crashes. A five lane cross sect ions
promot es excessively high speeds and high speeds are known t o be a probable cause for
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ark and G een Sp'ilce
Pennsy vania Avenue boasts a network of parks end open spaces tha· represents a tremen-
dous lzed potential. Framed by two natural ,gateways-a doubl,e row of mature oaks at
sout ern Avenue and the regiona1-sca!e Anacostia Park a, its northwest extent-Pennsylvani:a
Avenue SE supports a. great diverslty o green spaces which can provide a ra'nge of a.ctivities..
'. The ISO Ie crt Cirde Parks originally part of the city's rrng of CiVI r War defenses,
c:ross'es the corridor betwee,n Southe,rn Avenue and 33rd Street SE. However, disconfnu-
ous sidewalk access alongsidE! the parkland prevents easy access by nasidents to the park's
network of tr-a' sand hlstorlc Fa: structures.
• Anacostia Park, a regional-sca,le attraction offering Be ive recreational and riverFron use,
's cu ren y difficult to reach by residents of he corridor and drlvers . like.
• TWining Square, a small pocka park occurring at the' rrangular Intersectron of Pennsylvani'8
Avenue, a Street, and 28th Stree SEt !Ischarming but under-m ir'ltained, and residents,
note tha Itsack 0 supervision creates an envlronment for undesirableaetiv ties.,
Situated the intersectIon of Pennsylvania and Minnesota Avenues SEJ L'Enfant Square
presents the ,gre,atest potential as a "village green." Cu. rently he square is fragmented
by tu -n lanes and overburdened bus stops. Green space occurs ptecem,e'aI between busy
lanes of 'raffle, renderng pedestrian ci rc:utatian and use bah difficult and dangerous.
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Publ i c Tr anspor t at i on
Pennslyvania Avenue, SE is served by several Met robus rout es. The maps below illust rat e
t he exist ing bus rout es serving t he corridor. A fold- out a map depict ing bus st op cat chment
areas and pot ent ial service demand is included in t he Appendix.
The daily durat ion of t ransit service along t he corridor is generally accept able, wit h buses
operat ing lat e int o t he night . The frequency of services, however, drops precipit ously east of
Minnesot a Avenue from 30 buses an hour in t he peak direct ion t o eight buses an hour in t he
peak direct ion. Midday service drops from 15 buses an hour t o four buses an hour.
Frequencies drop even furt her east of Branch Avenue. East of Alabama Avenue bus service
mainly t akes passengers t o and from Met ro st at ions in Maryland. The Appendix includes a
summary of bus frequency bet ween key nodes along t he corridor.
The bus st op cat chment map indicat es t hat most neighborhoods adj acent t o Pennsylvania
Avenue, SE have adequat e access t o bus service along t he corridor. The West over
neighborhood, however has limit ed access t o t ransit . The st reet geomet ry and t opography in
t his area make connect ivit y t o Pennsylvania Avenue difficult and consequent ly access t o bus
st ops is difficult .
Alt hough t he exist ing rout e map shown previously would seem t o indicat e a high amount of
t ransit service along Pennsylvania Avenue, SE, t here are some deficiencies. Principally, t here
is a lack of cont inuous rout es t hrough t he corridor. This leads t o high t ransfer act ivit y t hat
may not be needed if more cont inuous rout es are provided. More t ransfers leads t o undue
delay for t ransit users. Lack of cont inuous t ransit service t hrough corridor also diminishes
t he at t ract iveness of t ransit as a commut ing mode along t he corridor. The presence of more
cont inuous rout es along Pennsylvania Avenue, SE may at t ract more commut ers who would
ot herwise drive along Pennsylvania Avenue t o reach Downt own Washingt on.
The amount of t ransfers at L’Enfant Square illust rat es t he need for more cont inuous t ransit
service. Current ly, t he U2 rout e provides nort h- sout h service t hrough L’Enfant Square. This
service however operat es at a low frequency. Transit users can effect ively make t he same
t rips as t he U2 by t ransferring t o and from t he B2 rout e and t he V7, V8, V9 rout e. Service is
more frequent on t hese rout es t han t he U2 so t ransit riders are more at t ract ed t o
t ransferring t han using t he U2. I t was not ed in field observat ions frequent t ransfers bet ween
t he B2 rout e and V7, V8, V9 rout e. Bus st ops for t hese rout es are locat ed on opposit e sides
of Pennsylvania Avenue. Frequent crossings of Pennsylvania Avenue - many t imes out side of
a prot ect ed pedest rian walking phase – were observed. I ncreased frequency on t he
cont inuous nort h- sout h rout e - U2 – would lessen t he amount of pot ent ially hazardous
pedest rian crossings of Pennsylvania Avenue and would likely decrease t ransit user t ravel
t imes t hrough L’Enfant Square.



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Fi gur e 1: Ex i st i ng Bus Rout es



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High commut ing vehicular volumes int o and out of Downt own Washingt on also illust rat e t he
need for cont inuous t ransit service along t he Pennsylvania Avenue corridor. Current ly, t here
is no cont inuous bus rout e from Prince George’s Count y along Pennsylvania Avenue, SE int o
Downt own Washingt on. The exist ing M6 rout e provides t he longest cont inuous coverage of
Pennsylvania Avenue wit h service spanning from t he Pot omac Avenue Met ro t o Alabama
Avenue at Fairfax Village. The pot ent ial exist s t o int ercept commut ing t raffic and preserve
Pennsylvania Avenue for local t raffic if cont inuous service along t he ent ire lengt h of
Pennsylvania Avenue, SE from Sout hern Avenue t o Downt own is implement ed.
Exist ing plans for rapid bus t ransit along Pennsylvania Avenue can help address t he current
deficiencies in cont inuous bus service. Current plans recommend service bet ween t he Naylor
Road Met ro and Archives – Navy Memorial Met ro via Pennsylvania Avenue. The service
would incorporat e some high qualit y t ransit feat ures such as:
• shelt ers in bot h direct ions at L’Enfant Square and at west bound st ops along
Pennsylvania Avenue
• special vehicle branding
• and I TS equipment once ridership is est ablished.
The proposed rout ing as it st ands, however, may not prove t o be at t ract ive enough t o
int ercept aut omobile commut ers t raveling along Pennsylania Avenue from Maryland. The
proposed rout ing does not include st ops along Pennsylvania Avenue east of Sout hern Avenue
int o Maryland. Alt ernat e rout ings for proposed rapid bus in t his corridor and ot her revisions
t o t he current rapid bus plan may be warrant ed.




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, x·'stlng Co ·it"o s UrbaC aractera d 5 reetsc:a.pe
Southeast of the AnacostlCl the rolling hills that origmally served to shelter the Cap tol
City now lend Pennsylvania Avenue SE the character of a folding I,andscape marked by ridg'es
and va leys AJthoug:h nearly on axis with the Capitol bUildIng ac 'OSS the nver, the s ',eet
achieves through Its topography a feeling of qUi,etness and secl:lJsion enjoyed by Its r,esidents.
Meanwhi!lej the highest polntsalong the corridor offer moments of panoramic y'ew t,o the Capi-
tol Dome and the surrounding landscape.
Pennsylvania Avenue SE is marked by a very clear dIfferentiation in land use, etween r,ask
dentlal and commerc'ial areas. :Each of its major Avenue crossings-Minnesota, ,Branch and
Fairfax-supports a block or series of blocks of commercial development. Re,sidential areas "n
between the commercial nodes are leafy and qUiet, with houses emd apartment bUildI1g5 set
back(.;lnd often roisedseveral feet above the level of the roadway. The corridor's three com-
mer al zones function as nodes 0 concentrated act vJty, each wIth a dLstmct cnaracter and
pattern of use. This combination of dl:stlnctlve land use and foldlrng topography y el:d dlstjnct
,character .zones along the length of the corridor.
:S·tree:tscape
Serv'ing pr'mal'1ily asa commuter route, Pennsylvania Avenue SE suffer from an Inhospitable
anv ronment fo pedestr ans, bicyclsts and local vehicular traffic, R€sldentsave noted the
y In crossino the street due to poony markedr Intersections and crosswalk Slonal times
that are too short to cross the roadway. n restdential areas, narrow, uneven sidewsitl<s flank a
tree zone whose oaks and sycamores have overgrown the curb and: upset the sidewCllk surface
Retaimng waUsa fron yards are In .many cases in di:srepalli leaning towards he pedestrian
zone and further decreasing its lJseable width. Meanwhile, pedestrian space in commercia ar-
eas eels nprotected from roadway traffic. The' Avenue ma,kes no prov s cns for bicycles.
A marture tree canopy lends oharacter to residential areas in particular, but utilIty poles and
overhead illes introduce visual olutter and compromise the of many of
oldest trees. Pruning around wi res leaves tre'6S, misshapen anCl prone to C1isea:sef and
many tees aJong the avenue viSibly evldence blight. Notably, thiS segment of
Avenue is the only portion of Pennsylvania Aven ue in the District with overhead utility lines.
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P nnsyl'llnill, Avtlnull SE. Ciluact r Zon Ii
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Ret ai l Env i r onment

Pennsylvania Avenue SE has t hree ret ail focus areas, L’Enfant Square, Penn Branch Shopping
Area, and t he Alabama Avenue Ret ail Node.
The L’Enfant Square ret ail area st art s at Fairlawn Avenue and ends at 28
t h
St reet . This area
has predominant ly commercial zoning wit h some resident ial zoning, along wit h a public and
inst it ut ional presence. I t has large building set backs and wide sidewalks at point s, and has an
aut omobile orient ed st rip development t hat cat ers t o convenience ret ail, most ly orient ed
t owards commut ers. Gas st at ions are prominent feat ures at t he ent ry point s, and t here are
underut ilized vacant propert ies. This ret ail area has no cont inuous building line and a
diminished pedest rian experience, wit h significant but disconnect ed open space areas in t he
L’Enfant Square int ersect ion.
The Penn Branch Shopping Area has significant commercial land uses from Branch Avenue t o
O St reet . The remaining areas are comprised of resident ial, inst it ut ional, open space and
government propert ies. The Penn Branch shopping cent er is a commercial node t hat has a
defining ent ry feat ure and large surface parking lot s in front of and behind t he commercial
building. There is an abandoned commercial building on a large lot at t he int ersect ion of
Pennsylvania Avenue and O St . The commercial land use on t he sout hwest port ion is a gas
st at ion at a prominent corner locat ion, wit h parking in front and large building set backs.
There is significant open space in t his area but t he sidewalk net work, on t he sout h side in
part icular is not complet e.
The Alabama Avenue Ret ail Node is from Alabama Avenue t o Fort Davis St reet . I t has
commercial zoning at t he int ersect ion of Pennsylvania Avenue and Alabama Avenue where
t he Fairfax Village shopping cent er is locat ed, and t he rest of t he area remains resident ial. I t
has an aut omobile orient ed st rip development at t he sout hwest side wit h surface parking lot s
in front of t he commercial building, where t here is a post office locat ed among numerous
ret ail st ores. There is also a gas st at ion in t he nort hwest port ion wit h parking spaces and a
ret ail building.

Env i r onment al I ssues - NEPA / Sect i on 4( f ) / Sect i on 106 Rev i ew
To be complet ed following final consult at ion wit h NPS & DCSHPO
Publ i c Par t i ci pat i on

All effort has been made t o keep t he public involved in order t o help t he DDOT and t he St ake
Holders wit h t he det erminat ion of t he final preferred concept alt ernat ive. There were a t ot al
of nine public meet ings, which were advert ised by several local media. Eight of t he meet ings
were for t he general public, and one special meet ing was held wit h t he Hillcrest Civic
Associat ion. Out of t hese meet ings, including t he Design Charret t e held July 26 – 29, 2006,
several alt ernat ives for t he corridor and t he L’Enfant Square area were developed. Ot her
communicat ions wit h t he public came in t he form of e- mail for t hose who opt ed in, a websit e
at www. ddot . dc. gov, and a bi- mont hly newslet t er. Of t he goals out lined by t he draft
st at ement , t he at t endance met expect at ions of fift y people per meet ing and t he process and
cont ent evaluat ions by t he public were all at least sat isfact ory, which exceeded t he goal of at
least 50%. The public input was essent ial in t his phase in order t o finalize t he configurat ion.














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Desi gn Al t er nat i v es Dev el oped as a Resul t of Char r et t e
Discussion of t he 3 primary alt ernat ives for corridor
Discussion of t he 3 L’Enfant / Twining Square alt ernat ives
Al t er nat i v es Ev al uat i on
A preferred alt ernat ive was select ed by evaluat ing t he performance of each alt ernat ive in
advancing t he goals and obj ect ives of t he Great St reet s Program. Evaluat ion crit eria were
est ablished for each of t he five guiding principles of t he Great St reet s Program:
• Energize
• Refresh
• Move
• Dist inguish
• Care
I n addit ion, a sixt h principle – “ build” – was conceived. Crit eria under t his principle would
evaluat e t he feasibilit y and const ruct abilit y of an alt ernat ive. The alt ernat ives were scored on
how well t hey advanced each crit erion. Ult imat ely, an overall “ Great St reet s Score” was
produced. The higher t he score for an alt ernat ive meant t he great er t he abilit y of t he
alt ernat ive t o advance t he goals and obj ect ives of t he Great St reet s Program.

A summary of t he result s of t he evaluat ion process is illust rat ed on t he following page.
List ed next t o each guiding principle are t he evaluat ion crit eria used for scoring t hat principle.
The overall score for each guiding principle is illust rat ed using colored circles. The “ Overall
Great St reet s Ranking” illust rat es graphically how t he alt ernat ive performs wit h respect t o all
of t he guiding principles. A more det ailed numerical comparison on a weight ed scale of one t o
five is shown in t he Appendix.
Among t he corridor alt ernat ives, t he evaluat ion indicat es t hat t he four- lanes wit h median
alt ernat ive does t he best in support ing t he goals and obj ect ives of t he Great St reet s Program.
The four- lanes wit h median alt ernat ive scored high in t erms of dist inguishing t he corridor
from ot her places in t he Dist rict and in t erms of fost ering communit y ownership and
st ewardship.
Among t he L’Enfant Square alt ernat ives, t he modified square alt ernat ive scored t he highest .
This alt ernat ive most not ably scored high in it s pot ent ial t o energize t he local communit y and
st rengt hen local business. This alt ernat ive also scored high in t erms of fost ering communit y
ownership.
The scoring process indicat ed t hat t he four- lanes wit h median and modified square
alt ernat ives should be advanced as t he preferred alt ernat ive. The following sect ion describes
in furt her det ail t he improvement s and recommendat ions associat ed wit h t he preferred
alt ernat ive for Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.




























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Fi gur e 2: Al t er nat i ves Eval uat i on
Performance Measures
OVERALL GREAT STREETS RANKING
L’Enfant Square Alternatives Corridor Alternatives
5-lanes with
reversible lane
Ellipse Modified
square
Conventional 4-lanes with
bike lanes
4-Lanes with
median &
multi-use trail
• Right-of-way (how far beyond
the existing footprint?)
• Cost
• Constructability
• Construction impacts and
duration
• Residential viability
• Neighborhood circulation &
connectivity
• Local side street operations
• Corridor experience
• Place making – pedestrian
experience
• Place making – continuity and
scale
• Pedestrian circulation /
connectivity
• Pedestrian safety
• Pedestrian inviting and efficient
• Bicycle operations
• Vehicular safety
• Pennsylvania Ave mainline
traffic operations
• Transit operations inviting and
efficient
• Regional mobility
• Green space quantity
• Green space quality
• Green space opportunity for
variety
• Tree canopy & tree location
• Environmental
• Number of on-street spaces
• Proximity to commercial ENERGIZE
Strengthen business and other local
institutions and services
REFRESH
Integrate and conserve natural resources,
and create valuable open spaces
MOVE
Create a sustainable transportation
network, with many travel options
DISTINGUISH
Create streets with vibrant places that
reflect local character
BUILD
Can be feasibly constructed at a
reasonable cost
CARE
Increase community ownership and
stewardship
OVERALL GREAT STREETS RANKING
L’Enfant Square Alternatives Corridor Alternatives
5-lanes with
reversible lane
Ellipse Modified
square
Conventional 4-lanes with
bike lanes
4-Lanes with
median &
multi-use trail
• Right-of-way (how far beyond
the existing footprint?)
• Cost
• Constructability
• Construction impacts and
duration
• Residential viability
• Neighborhood circulation &
connectivity
• Local side street operations
• Corridor experience
• Place making – pedestrian
experience
• Place making – continuity and
scale
• Pedestrian circulation /
connectivity
• Pedestrian safety
• Pedestrian inviting and efficient
• Bicycle operations
• Vehicular safety
• Pennsylvania Ave mainline
traffic operations
• Transit operations inviting and
efficient
• Regional mobility
• Green space quantity
• Green space quality
• Green space opportunity for
variety
• Tree canopy & tree location
• Environmental
• Number of on-street spaces
• Proximity to commercial ENERGIZE
Strengthen business and other local
institutions and services
REFRESH
Integrate and conserve natural resources,
and create valuable open spaces
MOVE
Create a sustainable transportation
network, with many travel options
DISTINGUISH
Create streets with vibrant places that
reflect local character
BUILD
Can be feasibly constructed at a
reasonable cost
CARE
Increase community ownership and
stewardship
Great Streets
Pennsylvania Avenue, SE
LEGEND



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Among t he corridor alt ernat ives, t he evaluat ion indicat es t hat t he four- lanes wit h median
alt ernat ive does t he best in support ing t he goals and obj ect ives of t he Great St reet s Program.
The four- lanes wit h median alt ernat ive scored high in t erms of dist inguishing t he corridor
from ot her places in t he Dist rict and in t erms of fost ering communit y ownership and
st ewardship.
Among t he L’Enfant Square alt ernat ives, t he modified square alt ernat ive scored t he highest .
This alt ernat ive most not ably scored high in it s pot ent ial t o energize t he local communit y and
st rengt hen local business. This alt ernat ive also scored high in t erms of fost ering communit y
ownership.
The scoring process indicat ed t hat t he four- lanes wit h median and modified square
alt ernat ives should be advanced as t he preferred alt ernat ive. The following sect ion describes
in furt her det ail t he improvement s and recommendat ions associat ed wit h t he preferred
alt ernat ive for Pennsylvania Avenue, SE.

Fi nal Pr ef er r ed Al t er nat i v e
The preferred alt ernat es for t he Revit alizat ion of Pennsylvania Avenue, SE, are t he Four Lane
wit h a Landscaped Median opt ion ( 27t h St reet t o Sout hern Avenue) and t he Modified Square
wit h Pennsylvania bisect ing ( int ersect ion of Minnesot a Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue) .
Bot h of t hese alt ernat es ident ify wit h t he goals of t he Great St reet I nit iat ive.
The first alt ernat e ment ioned above st ret ches t he lengt h of t he proj ect along Pennsylvania
Avenue from 27t h St reet t o Sout hern Avenue. This alt ernat e allows for a safer access t o
commercial and resident ial out let s. This is facilit at ed by bet t er light ing, cont inuous
sidewalks, bicycle lanes, and on st reet parking. The design promot es shopping by providing
an environment people can come and benefit from what t he surroundings have t o offer.
The Modified Square opt ion at t he int ersect ion of Minnesot a Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue
st resses t he import ance of safet y and awareness and allows vehicles t o navigat e t hrough t he
int ersect ion. This design would allow Pennsylvania Avenue t o bisect t hrough t he cent er of
t he square as well as a way t hat encompasses t he perimet er of t he design. This perimet er
rout e act s t o calm t he t raffic, similar t o how a t raffic circle works by allowing vehicles t o ent er
and exit t he square at locat ions ident ified by t he int ersect ing st reet s. I t would also reduce
vehicular speeds by providing short st raight dist ances bet ween t ight radius t urns, at t he
presumed four corners of t he square. Pennsylvania Avenue also bisect s t hrough t he cent er of
square design. The bisect ing rout e is designed wit h t he t ourist in mind and creat es a place of
dist inct ion and reduces pedest rian and vehicular int eract ion. Anot her benefit of t his design is
t hat t raffic signal configurat ion is simpler and t he left - t urning conflict is removed.


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Traffic Operat ions
Traffic operat ions under t he preferred alt ernat ive would be impact ed by several fact ors. The
preferred corridor alt ernat ive would reduce t he number of lanes bet ween 27
t h
St reet and
Branch from t wo lanes in each direct ion plus wit h one reversible lane t o four lanes wit h a
landscaped median. L’Enfant Square would operat e as a signalized t raffic circle wit h
Pennsylvania Avenue bisect ing. Left t urn bays would be added at most int ersect ions along
t he corridor. Signals t imings and phasing would also be reconfigured t hroughout t he
corridor.
Traffic operat ions under several different scenarios were analyzed in order t o evaluat e
performance of t he preferred alt ernat ive relat ive t o exist ing t raffic operat ions. Several
scenarios were developed:
• Exist ing ( 2006) t raffic volumes on t he exist ing net work
• Exist ing ( 2006) t raffic volumes on t he preferred alt ernat ive
• Fut ure ( 2025) t raffic volumes on t he exist ing net work
• Fut ure ( 2025) t raffic volumes on t he preferred alt ernat ive.
Exist ing t raffic volumes reflect t raffic volumes from numerous t raffic count s conduct ed
bet ween 2003 and 2006. Forecast s of fut ure t raffic volumes were based on forecast s
developed in t he previous Pennsylvania Avenue, SE Transport at ion St udy. The exist ing
net work represent s a “ no build” condit ion where no changes in geomet ry or signal operat ion
are made. The scenarios allow for comparisons of t raffic condit ions bet ween build and no
build condit ions and bet ween exist ing and fut ure t raffic. Highway Capacit y Manual ( HCM)
level of service ( LOS) report s for all signalized int ersect ions along t he corridor can be found
in t he Appendix.
Overall, t raffic operat ions det eriorat e modest ly when comparing t he preferred alt ernat ive
wit h t he no build condit ion. Reduct ions in LOS occur at t he int ersect ions bet ween L’Enfant
Square and Branch Avenue. Generally, Pennsylvania Avenue, SE under t he preferred
alt ernat ive would operat e at t he same LOS as t he exist ing ( no- build) net work from t he
Branch Avenue int ersect ion t o t he Sout hern Avenue int ersect ion.
For t he more severe peak t raffic period ( mornings) , LOS under t he preferred alt ernat ive wit h
2006 t raffic volumes would drop at t hree of t he 14 int ersect ions along Pennsylvania Avenue,
SE. For t he AM peak period wit h 2025 t raffic volumes, LOS under t he preferred alt ernat ive
would drop at five of t he 14 int ersect ions and improve at t wo. During bot h t he morning and
evening peak periods wit h 2025 t raffic volumes, L’Enfant Square under t he preferred
alt ernat ive would operat e at t he same LOS as L’Enfant Square under it s current
configurat ion.
While t he t raffic forecast s used in t his analysis show increases in t raffic volumes bet ween
2006 and 2025, improvement s t o t he regional highway net work over t he same t ime frame
may in fact keep t raffic volumes along Pennsylvania Avenue relat ively const ant . I f proj ect s
such as t he 11
t h
St reet Bridges, Sout h Capit ol St reet Bridge, and t he Pennsylvania Avenue –
I - 295 I nt erchange are complet ed, t hen commut ing t raffic current ly using Pennsylvania
Avenue may be shift ed t o ot her rout es. Nevert heless, t he modest det eriorat ion in t raffic
operat ions under t he preferred alt ernat ive is accept able when considering t he overall benefit s
of a more walkable and pedest rian friendly environment t hat t he preferred alt ernat ive
provides. The t raffic operat ions analysis as it st ands, shows t hat t he preferred alt ernat ive
can work t o accomplish several principles of t he Great St reet Program wit hout dramat ic
det eriorat ions in t raffic condit ions.
Pedest r i an and Bi cy cl e Net w or k
Under t he preferred alt ernat ive, numerous improvement s t o t he pedest rian and bicycle
net work are proposed. These improvement s would provide a cont inuous and invit ing
pedest rian- bicycle net work along t he ent ire lengt h of Pennsylvania Avenue, SE. The principal
improvement advanced in t he preferred alt ernat ive is a t en- foot wide mult i- use t rail parallel
t o Pennsylvania Avenue from Sout hern Avenue t o Fairlawn Avenue. Ot her improvement s
include:
• A reconfigured L’Enfant Square wit h several pedest rian accommodat ions
• An exclusive pedest rian crossing signal phase at Twining Square ( 28
t h
St reet )
• A landscaped median along t he ent ire corridor and ot her landscaping
improvement s
• New sidewalks along t he ent ire corridor
• Special pavement and sidewalk t reat ment s t hroughout t he corridor
Many of t hese ot her improvement s are discussed in great er det ail lat er in t he
st reet scaping/ urban design sect ion of t his report .
The proposed t en- foot wide mult i- use t rail is consist ent wit h t he Dist rict ’s Bicycle Mast er Plan.
The t rail would ext end east ward an exist ing mult i- use t rail t hat current ly t erminat es at t he
east ern end of t he Sousa Bridge.
Bet ween 28
t h
St reet and Sout hern Avenue, t he mult i- use t rail would parallel t he east bound
t ravel lanes on Pennsylvania Avenue. The t rail in t his locat ion would be buffered by a six-


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foot t o t en- foot amenit y zone except bet ween Carpent er St reet and Fort Davis Drive. At t his
locat ion, no buffer can be provided bet ween t he t ravel way and t rail because of t opography
and limit ed right - of- way. At 28
t h
St reet t he t rail would cross Pennsylvania Avenue and
parallel t he west bound t ravel lanes. To facilit at e crossings, a diagonal crosswalk is proposed
at t he Pennsylvania Avenue / 28
t h
St reet int ersect ion. The crosswalk would connect t he
sout heast ern corner of t he int ersect ion wit h t he nort hwest ern corner. An exclusive
pedest rian crossing phase would be included in t he t raffic signal at t hat int ersect ion.
Bet ween 28
t h
St reet and Fairlawn Avenue, t he t rail would cont inue t o parallel t he west bound
t ravel lanes buffered by an amenit y zone most of t he way. At Fairlawn Avenue, t he t rail
would cross Pennsylvania Avenue again and t hen connect wit h an exist ing mult i- use t rail t hat
crosses t he Sousa Bridge.
Fi gur e 3: Pr oposed Mul t i - use Tr ai l

Fi gur e 4: Di agonal Cr ossw al k by Tw i ni ng Squar e

As part of a reconfigured L’Enfant Square, numerous enhancement s t o t he pedest rian
experience would be made. Crosswalks would be added at all int ersect ions. Signal t imings
and phasing at t he t wo L’Enfant Square int ersect ions would be configured such t hat t he
sect ion of Pennsylvania Avenue inside t he square would be free of vehicles when cross st reet
t raffic t ravels around t he square. During t his t ime, pedest rians could freely cross
Pennsylvania Avenue anywhere inside L’Enfant Square. This accommodat ion would great ly
increase t he pedest rian connect ivit y of t he L’Enfant Square neighborhood.


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Fi gur e 5: Pedest r i an Accomodat i ons at L' Enf ant Squar e
Pedestrian zone when Pedestrian zone when
north north- -south traffic cross south traffic cross
Pennsylvania Avenue Pennsylvania Avenue

Crosswalks provided at Crosswalks provided at
all intersections all intersections
Mid Mid- -block crosswalk block crosswalk
Pedestrian zone when Pedestrian zone when
north north- -south traffic cross south traffic cross
Pennsylvania Avenue Pennsylvania Avenue
Crosswalks provided at Crosswalks provided at
all intersections all intersections
Mid Mid- -block crosswalk block crosswalk

Saf et y
Numerous changes in int ersect ion geomet ries and signal t imings under t he preferred
alt ernat ive would make Pennsylvania Avenue, SE safer for bot h vehicular t raffic and
pedest rians. The reconfigured L’Enfant Square eliminat es left t urns. Signals at L’Enfant
Square would be t imed so t hat Pennsylvania Avenue inside L’Enfant Square is cleared of
vehicles and open for pedest rians t o freely cross while cross st reet t raffic circles t he square.
The int ersect ions at 29
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operat ions. Throughout t he corridor left t urn bays and prot ect ed left t urn phasings would be
provided.
Fi gur e 6: Reconf i gur ed I nt er sect i ons at 29t h St ( a) and 31st St ( b)

( a) ( b)
A mat rix showing t he pot ent ial benefit s realized wit h improvement s at each int ersect ion or
corridor segment is included in t he appendix. The mat rix uses a weight ing scheme t o ident ify
t hose improvement s t hat have t he pot ent ial t o correct for t he highest - occurring collision
t ypes ( i. e. angle collision versus rear- end collision) .
Publ i c Tr anspor t at i on
The preferred alt ernat ive includes several improvement s t o public t ransport at ion.
I mprovement s include:
• relocat ion of bus st ops at L’Enfant Square
• relocat ion of bus st ops along Pennsylvania Avenue from 27
t h
St reet t o Sout hern
Avenue
• rerout ing of t he M6 at Fairfax Village.
The figure below illust rat es t he locat ion of bus st ops and bus rout ings t hrough t he
reconfigured L’Enfant Square. Several alt ernat ives for bus st op locat ions and bus rout ings
were considered. Among ot hers, opt ions included allowing buses t o make left s ont o
Pennsylvania Avenue from L’Enfant Square and consolidat ing bus operat ions t o t wo st ops
locat ed on opposit e sides of Pennsylania Avenue inside L’Enfant Square. Ult imat ely, t he
locat ions chosen balance t he need for safe and efficient bus operat ions t hrough t he square
wit h pedest rian safet y and convenience, especially for t hose pedest rians t ransferring bet ween
bus rout es. Bus st ops are generally locat ed along t he east ern edge of t he square where road
geomet ries provide enough space for buses t o st op and for buses t o exit and reent er t he flow
of t raffic. Clust ering most st ops along t he east ern edge also helps t o minimize walking t imes
and st reet crossings for t hose pedest rians t ransferring bet ween rout es.

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For t he remainder of Pennsylvania Avenue from 27
t h
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were relocat ed so t hat , in most cases, bus st ops were posit ioned at t he far side of an
int ersect ion. Far side locat ions are generally safer for bot h pedest rians and vehicular t raffic.
St ops were also relocat ed t o coincide wit h proposed ret ail nodes along t he corridor. For a
proposed ret ail node bet ween Branch Avenue and 33
rd
St reet , mid- block bus st ops are
proposed wit h mid- block crosswalks. Mid- block bus st ops are also proposed at t he Fairfax
Village ret ail node bet ween Alabama Avenue and Fort Davis St reet .




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To address issues of bus service cont inuit y along Pennsylvania Avenue, a rerout ing of t he M6
line t hrough Fairfax Village is proposed. The M6 current ly does not provide service along
Pennsylvania Avenue bet ween Sout hern Avenue and Alabama Avenue. The M6 inst ead
makes a loop formed by Sout hern Avenue in t he east , Alabama Avenue and 38
t h
St reet in
t he west , Massachuset t s Avenue t o t he nort h, and Suit land Avenue t o t he sout h. The
proposed rerout ing would ext end service along Pennsylvania Avenue bet ween Sout hern
Avenue and Alabama Avenue. The M6 would essent ially make a figure eight t hrough t he
area. The rerout ing is illust rat ed in t he figure below.

The proposed rerout ing would ext end cont inuous bus service along Pennsylvania Avenue
from t he Pot omac Avenue Met ro t o Sout hern Avenue. I n addit ion t he rerout ing would
provide bet t er service t o t he Fairfax Village shopping cent er – a ret ail node t hat is t o be
t arget ed for high qualit y redevelopment under t his plan. These benefit s would be
accomplished wit h minimal changes in t ravel t ime for t ransit users on t he M6.
Along wit h t hese proposed improvement s, plans for rapid bus along Pennsylvania Avenue, SE
should be implement ed. Rapid bus would great ly advance t he t ransit ion of t his corridor from
a maj or vehicular art erial t o a st reet able t o sust ain high levels of pedest rian and t ransit
based act ivit ies. This t ransit ion is one of t he principal challenges of t he Great St reet s
Program.
The plan recommended in t he Pennsylvania Avenue, SE Corridor Rapid Bus Service Plan
should be revised, however, t o reconcile different recommendat ions proposed under t he DC
Transit Alt ernat ives Assessment ( t he AA) . I n t he AA, t he proposed alignment for rapid bus
follows Pennsylvania Avenue from Downt own Washingt on past t he Dist rict boundary and int o
Maryland where Pennsylvania Avenue becomes Maryland Rout e 4. The Rapid Bus Service
Plan, however, recommends rout ing rapid bus along Pennsylvania Avenue from Downt own
Washingt on t o only t he Dist rict boundary at Sout hern Avenue. At t hat point , rapid bus would
cont inue down Sout hern Avenue and event ually t o t he Naylor Road Met ro. As st at ed
previously in t he exist ing condit ions sect ion, t he Naylor Road Met ro alignment advanced in
t he Rapid Bus Service Plan would be less effect ive in int ercept ing vehicular commut ing t rips
from Maryland Rout e 4. These vehicular commut ing t rips are one of t he principal causes for
congest ed condit ions along Pennsylvania Avenue, SE. The alignment advanced in t he AA
would be more effect ive in int ercept ing commut ers who are current ly driving along
Pennsylvania Avenue from Maryland. A service plan wit h similar dept h and det ail as t he
current Rapid Bus Service Plan should be developed using an alignment t hat resembles t he
one advanced in t he AA.
Several ot her recommendat ions made in t he current Rapid Bus Service Plan should also be
considered for revisions. Bus shelt ers should be considered at all bus st ops rat her t han only
t hose locat ed on west bound Pennsylvania Avenue as recommended in t he Rapid Bus Service
Plan. The st op locat ions for rapid bus would be at ret ail nodes and so east bound boardings
should be expect ed. Also, t he inclusion of I TS equipment should not be cont ingent upon
est ablishing a ridership base. Ridership in t his corridor is already high so I TS feat ures should
be a part of rapid bus service from t he beginning.
The preferred four lane cross sect ion wit h median does not necessarily preclude t he use of
t he out er curb lanes for exclusive HOV/ t ransit use during peak periods. Rest rict ing t he out er
lanes for HOV/ t ransit use during peak periods should be considered cont ingent upon furt her
st udy. This st udy would need t o examine whet her or not t he out er lane rest rict ion in
conj unct ion wit h rapid bus implement at ion could carry a comparable number of person- t rips
t o what is current ly being carried


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proposed rbn Desi, ,n, ,Streetscape, a:nd Ope- Space
Draw ng from the prJ,nciplesof the Great Streets Program and from the desires expressed
by residents. and stakeholders, he Streetscape and Urban Destgn pl,m recasts ennsylvania
Avenue SIE as a sustainable and vibrant neighborhood stre'6t. By priveleging the pedestriaWI
experfence/aciUtating the movement of local traffic, and proViding easy and conveni!ent ac-
oess to sustainable transportation options. the oorridor can integrrate ne'ghborhood life w th
commercial centers and a ne work of parks, aU wh'i!le mee ing the needs of a safe and efficient
roadway.
Overall' Str,eetscape E emets,
Street5cape amenities and ffnrshes on pennsylvania, Avenue SE should match the qlla,lity of
those along Pennsylvania Avenue north of the, Anacostia River, while at the same time ,express-
ing and enhane:l ng the unique character of he Southeast neighborhood. The fo ow' ng ele
ments w II be Inherent to the streetscape Improvements along the corridor:
.' A consisten l"nguBge of htgh-quaH y materials and street furniture is to unify tine corridor
and lend it a distinct identity.
.. New, widened sidewalks a'iong both sides of pennsylvania Avenue SE wi,li 'un cont"nuousl'y
along the entire I,ength of thecolTidor.
• A ded,icated bicycle lane wi,ll run the full length of the corridor and connect to he r,eg,ional
bIke network.
• The existing tree canoDy-an invaluable resource and defining charecte istic 0.[ the corrj-
do,r-Wi be pteserved and enhanced With additional t ee plantings.
• Uflity lines should be placed unde 9 ound to promote t ee health, mitigate ne9at',ve v'sual
bligh and match h quality of . he res of he Pennsylvania Avenue corridor..
• A planted median will reduce the width of the roadway and add to the bealJtyof the cor-
r dar whil,e allOWing for left turn lanes.
Custom colored concrete paving patterns are proposed to emphasize comfortiJlole and safe
movement aCrO'SS Pennsylvania Avenue, reconnect neigl'iborhoods,across he corridor, and
promote walking and biking along the corrid'or's length. Paving wm 'st'tch' across
,-he roadway at intersectIons and commerciaJ nodes, s gnalling pedes F'an crossing points
to drivers and creating a safe and inviting environment for pedestrians.
• Employment of special streetscape materials will be subdued In residential 2llreas, reinforc-
ng their sense of park-like ql.,Ji!,et; and will become more intense around commercial nodes
to signlfy ac ·Vlty.
• New lighting fo the co, ri'do will be consIstent with the 'Dc'rk Ski,es' initi:ative and wiU be
cho5:en to muminate -he pede 'rfan and vehic:le space while g.lare. Ughfng wUl
be subdued in residential areas and brighter ali'ound commercial nodes.
• Tne corn dar will fulfill AiDA accesslbUity gUidelines, rendering I· safe and comfortable for
a I users.
• r ig!atJon Will be provided to maintain the l"leat h of plantings, along the c.orrid:or.
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Per nsylvania Avenue SE',$ residentiel blocks give he Avenue its unique identity as a I,near park
in the city. The desi rl preserves this characte willie creating a safer and iinviting space for pe-
des rlans and bicyclists. Tne following ar,e he desi,gn recommendaions for residenia! CI reaS :
.' Overhead !,ltility lines shovld be undergrounded to promote tree heal h and improve· he
quality of s r:eetsca,pe otlaracter.
.' The ex,isti ng mature tree' canopy will be maintained and new trees add,ed ~ h e r e the 'e are
gaps•
•' A planted median willi reduce the width of the roadway and add to the beau y of r-esidentiial
ar,eas.
•' New, wid r sidewa:l'ks will tvn continuously along the corridor, including in those blocks
where they are currently missing.
• A b cycle Ilane wfll run on the south side of the street" adjacent to a separate pedestrian
s;ldewalk.
•' Streetscape finishes will matcll those proposed for the rest of the corridor, but lere ar,e
employ,ed simply and quiet:I'y to delineate p,edestrian and bicyde zones.
•' New 'lighting will be subdued in residential areas, illuminating sidewalks and roadways
while ml:nimizi ng glare.
.. Colored concrete crosswalks will alert drivers to the presence of pedes lans.
.. liTigation will be provided to maintain tile Ilealtll or plantings.
Resi '8,n r,al Ne ghbo 11'00 S and For Ci,rde Park
With its mature tree ca'nopy, leafy front ya,rds, and variit:!ty of public green spaces, the Pennsy -
vania Avenue SE corridor is cona!lved of as a 'Iinear park.
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th s sense by weaving resldentlal ne,ighborhoods, commercial, nodes, and parks into an nte-
grated, pedestr an- nlendly network. Streetscape Imp ovements a ,e groupe,d by t e foHowing
character zones:
• Residential Neighborhoods and :Fort Circle Park
• Streetscape at Commercial Nodes
Anacostia Gateway, l: nfant and Twinmg Square
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Falliax VlItage and Southern Avenue Gateway
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he proposed desi,gn at ,ea,c'h of the th'ree commercial z,ones-at Alaba,ma, Branch, and Mrm'le-
sota Avenues-will enhance am@nitles and spaces to provld@ a unique, eomfortab e and exe t·
Ing pedestrian experience I;ach node has been designed to be distinct 'from the others so tha/
redeve:lopmentopportunlt e-s are Inaxlrnlzed The, proposed design IS flexible and adaptab e to
encourage' r'e'sldents and visitors to eat, shop and ,gather. The following are "base ine" design
'e!lements to be employed in aU retail nodes:
• The desi,· n proposes on-street parallel parkin,g lanes that will be ,conven,ient for retail users
and prov.lde a buffer for pedestrians from roadway traffic.
II, Trees w·1I be chosen to, provide shade ,and to disti,nguish commerc"t;ll, nodes as spec,lal
places along the corndor.
•' Custom paving patterns wil:l be inviting and memorable. Patterns will be to
Istl chI' across the roadway, alerting drivers to the presence of pedestr.ians.
., Street ameniti'es and furniture wII provide pfaces sit, rest and gather, while contr'butiing to
the characer and contmulty of the pedestnan zone..
... Street lighting will be c;hosen to I.lluminate the sidewalk and ro,adway without produ:cing
glare., creating safe and actl,ve spaces for after dark.
Anaco tla L'Enfant and Twinlng Square
As a 'gaeway an- own center, L' nfan· Squa,re extends nearly from Fair awn Avenl.Je to 2Bh
Street SiE, encompassing the square proper, the small pocke parK and: the Intervening: bocks.
This Intersection between Pennsylvania and Minnesota Avenues offers a unIque potential along
he corrido fo: green urban space. The proposed configura ion of the ro,edway
consol Ii dates green space, removes roads and promotes easy wa,lkability. T 'lis w·1I aUow what is
now fragmented and unuseable green space 0 become a 'rue park, gateway to the neighbor-
hoad,and neighborhood destination" In addition to the baseline design e'l:ements, the foHowi:ng
,are the design recommendations for L':Enfant Square and surrounding locks:
Iii "TWo greens WiU provlde a range of fleXible spaces or passive recreo!tion as we as
opportunities for art.
•' Custom colored concrete paVing patterns will 'stitch' across Pennsylvania Avenue between
t:he two greens, signalllng the square as a pedestrian space to approachl,ng vehicles.
•' A tree-lined perimeter walkway with new widened sidewalks will ring the squa e"
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IPennsylvania ,Avenue SE has the opportunity to create a susta,inable and integ ated ,environ-
ment. herefore, the proposed design has included severallow-impad desIgn pr"nCiples:
• To reduce he u:rban heat Island effect and associated ener9Y use by maxllmlzing plantings,
and uSing light-colored pavir'1g surfaces. Wherever possibl'e, colored concrete will be em-
ployed ifl pedestrian are s, including roadway irltersections, and light-c'Olored asp aJt vyUl
:marl< tihe bikeway.
.. To preserve and enhance the existing tree canopy, maximizing pavement shadling. Existing
str'eet trees will be preserved and gap ,filled, completing the already extensive tee canopy
along he corridor:
II' To reduce impervious paving area, thereby minimizing's ormwater runoff, combined sewer
overflows and w<lter pollution. Pervious paving and uni pavers re recommended for use
wherever possible; Including in pedestrIan 20nes, pa,rklng arGas, and bikeway. The cor-
ridor-Ilong p,lanted median will absorb rainwater and a continuous tree zone willi both: allow
for ra:inwater absorp ion and promote" ree health.
.. To create a sustainable ransportatlon network that wHl provide many travel 0 tions. I n-
tersections are d,esigned to improve ped'estrian walkability, a dedicated bicycle ane w I run
the ent"re length oft e corridQr and CQnnect to' rt:lgiQn I networks, and a new rapid us re
:Is prOiPosed tha should be gl,ven lane priority.
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CONCRETE RETAINING W
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CONCRETE SIDEWALK
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
CONCRETE RETAINING W
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#2321
#2327
#2329 NO # #2335 #2337 #2339 #2341
1 STORY
BRICK
BUILDING
1 STORY
BRICK
BUILDING
1 STORY
BRICK
BUILDING
1 STORY
STONE
FACED
BUILDING
1 STORY
METAL
FACED
BUILDING
1 STORY
BRICK &
STUCCO
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A S P H A L T P A V E M E N T
AC
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CONCRETE SIDEWALK
A
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CONCRETE WALLS
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GRASS GRASS
GRASS
BRICK WALLS
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CONCRETE PAVEMENT
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STONE CURB
WWWWWW
BUS
STOP
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STONE CURB
G R A S S
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
CONCRETE CURB
A
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CONCRETE CURB
STONE CURB
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CONCRETE SIDEWALK
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
GRASS
G R A S S
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CONCRETE
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CONCRETE
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C O N C R E T E
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W A L L
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APRON
A S P H A L T P A V E M E N T
A S P H A L T P A V E M E N T
C O N C R E T E
P A V E M E N T
1 STORY
STUCCO
BUILDING
#2513
CONCRETE W
ALK
C O N C R E T E R E T A I N I N G W
A L L
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
1 S T O R Y B R I C K B U I L D I N G
2 S T O R Y
B R I C K B U I L D I N G
#2515 #2517 #2521
#2529 #2533
G R A S S
G
R A
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G
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CONCRETE CURB
STONE CURB
CONCRETE GUTTER
G R A S S
G R A S S
CONCRETE CURB
STONE CURB
CONCRETE
SIDEWALK
CONCRETE CURB
A S P H A L T P A V E M E N T
C O N C R E T E P A V E M E N T
CONCRETE CURB
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
G R A S S
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C O N C R E T E P A V E M E N T
STONE CURB
CONCRETE CURB
STONE CURB & CONCRETE GUTTER
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2-1/2 S T O R Y
B R I C K
B U I L D I N G
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1 S T O R Y B R I C K B U I L D I N G S
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STONE CURB
CONCRETE CURB STONE CURB
CONCRETE CURB
CONCRETE CURB
CONCRETE CURB
CONCRETE CURB
CONCRETE CURB
STONE CURB
G R A S S
G R A S S
G R A S S
G R A S S
CONCRETE
CONCRETE PAD
CONCRETE
CONCRETE CURB
CONCRETE
CONCRETE CURB
W
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G R A S S
STONE CURB
STONE CURB
W
CONCRETE CURB & GUTTER
CONCRETE CURB & GUTTER
G R A S S
A S P H A L T P A V E M E N T
CONCRETE CURB
CONCRETE CURB
GRASS
G R A S S
CONCRETE
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
CONCRETE CURB
CONCRETE CURB
CONCRETE CURB
CONCRETE PATCHES
CONCRETE
CONCRETE
A S P H A L T P A V E M E N T
CONCRETE
CONCRETE CONCRETE
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CONCRETE SIDEWALK
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
WWW
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CONCRETE SIDEW
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CONCRETE SIDEW
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BRICK SIDEWALK
G R A S S
W O O D S
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CONCRETE CURB & GUTTER
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G R A S S
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CONCRETE SIDEWALK
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B R I C K B U I L D I N G
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2 STORY
BRICK
BUILDING
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2 STORY
BRICK
BUILDING
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BRICK
BUILDING
#2524
#2526
#2528
CONCRETE
APRON
A S P H A L T
CONCRETE
APRON
CONCRETE
APRON
CONCRETE
APRON
CONCRETE
APRON
CONCRETE
APRON
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
CONCRETE PAVEMENT
G R A S S
G R A S S
A
S P H
A
L T P A
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CONCRETE SIDEWALK
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
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STONE
G R A S S
GRASS
G R A S S
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C O N C R E T E C U R B
B R I C K R E T A I N I N G W
A L L
SIGN
GRASS
G R A S S
C O N C R E T E
C O N C R E T E
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C O N C R E T E
2 S T O R Y B R I C K B U I L D I N G S
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GRAVEL DRIVE
CONCRETE DRIVE
CONCRETE
CONCRETE
F R A M E C O V E R E D P O R C H E S
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CONCRETE CONCRETE
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BRICK PLANTER
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FRAME
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2 STORY
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2 STORY
BRICK BRICK
2 STORY
#2426 #2428
2 STORY
BRICK BRICK
2 STORY
#2430 #2432
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BRICK BRICK
2 STORY
#2434
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2 STORY
#2436
GARAGE
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SIDING
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#2624
2 STORY
BRICK
#2622
2 STORY
#2516
3 STORY
BRICK
CHURCH
BRICK
1 STORY
#2600
BRICK
2 STORY
#2500
#2508
2 STORY
BRICK
BRICK
2 STORY
#2506
BRICK
2 STORY
#2504
2 STORY
BRICK
#2515
#2517
BRICK
2 STORY
BRICK
2 STORY
#2519
GRASS
GRASS
GRAVEL
GRASS
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BRICK WALL
WOOD RAMP
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BRICK
GRASS
GRASS
DIRT
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FENCE POST
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BRICK WALL & WOODEN FENCE
BRICK RETAINING WALL
CHIMNEY
STONE WALL
STONE WALL
STONE WALL
STONE WALL
STONE WALL
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2 STORY
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2 STORY
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STONE CURB & CONCRETE GUTTER
STONE CURB & CONCRETE GUTTER
STONE CURB & CONCRETE GUTTER
CONCRETE
GRASS
GRASS
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
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CONCRETE SIDEWALK
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CONCRETE WALK
CONCRETE COPING CONCRETE
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CONCRETE CURB
CONCRETE CURB & GUTTER
A S P H A L T P A V E M E N T
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CONCRETE CURB & GUTTER
C O N C R E T E
S T O N E C U R B &
G U T T E R
S T O N E C U R B &
C O N C R E T E
G U T T E R
CONCRETE WALK
STONE CURB & CONCRETE GUTTER
STONE CURB & CONCRETE GUTTER
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CONCRETE RETAINING WALL
CONCRETE RETAINING WALL CONCRETE
CONCRETE
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B R I C K
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CONCRETE SIDEWALK
BRICK RETAINING WALL
CONCRETE STEPS
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GRASS
GRASS
GRASS
GRASS
GRASS
GRASS CONCRETE WALK
BRICK RETAINING WALL
BRICK RETAINING WALL
SIGN
CONCRETE STEPS
CONCRETE STEPS
BRICK STEPS
BRICK STEPS
BRICK STEPS
BRICK STEPS
GRASS
GRASS
GRASS
GRASS
GRASS
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STONE CURB & CONCRETE GUTTER
T.C.
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METAL HAND RAIL
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CONCRETE
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
C O N C R E T E S I D E W A L K
CONCRETE
FRAME
GARAGE
METAL
CANOPY
CONCRETE
CONCRETE
CONCRETE
GRASS
DIRT
GRASS
GRASS
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CONCRETE
CONCRETE
CONCRETE STEPS
CONCRETE
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CONCRETE RETAINING W
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A S P H A L T P A V E M E N T
WWT.C.
STONE CURB
STONE CURB
G R A S S
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
CONCRETE CURB
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SIGN
A S P H A L T P A V E M E N T
A S P H A L T P A V E M E N T
C O N C R E T E
P A V E M E N T
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CONCRETE W
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CONCRETE SIDEWALK
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
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STONE CURB
CONCRETE GUTTER
G R A S S
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STONE CURB
CONCRETE
SIDEWALK
CONCRETE CURB
A S P H A L T P A V E M E N T
C O N C R E T E P A V E M E N T
CONCRETE CURB
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
G R A S S
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STONE CURB
CONCRETE CURB
STONE CURB & CONCRETE GUTTER
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CONCRETE SIDEWALK
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
G R A S S
G R A S S
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GRASS
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C O N C R E T E C U R B
B R I C K R E T A I N I N G W
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SIGN
GRASS
G R A S S
C O N C R E T E
C O N C R E T E
P A V E M E N T
P A V E M E N T
C O N C R E T E ASPHALT
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STONE CURB
STONE CURB
CONCRETE CURB
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DRAIN GRATE
DRAIN GRATE
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2’x3’ STORM
6’ STORM
6’ STORM
2’x3’ STORM
2’x3’ STORM
2’ x 3’ STORM
24" STORM
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CONCRETE
CONCRETE
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
STONE CURB
CONCRETE CURB
W
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CONCRETE
G R A S S
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BRICK SIDEWALK
G R A S S
W O O D S
G R A S S
A S P H A L T P A V E M E N T
CONCRETE CURB
G R A S S
CONCRETE CURB & GUTTER
CONCRETE CURB & GUTTER
STONE CURB
BRICK SIDEWALK
CONCRETE CURB & GUTTER
WW
CONCRETE CURB & GUTTER
CONCRETE CURB
CONCRETE CURB
CONCRETE CURB
CONCRETE CURB
STONE CURB & CONCRETE GUTTER
STONE CURB & CONCRETE GUTTER
G R A S S
G R A S S
G R A S S
W O O D S
W O O D S
W O O D S
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
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#2518
A S P H A L T
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
G R A S S
G R A S S
A
S P H
A
L T P A
V
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CONCRETE SIDEWALK
PLANTER
STONE
G R A S S
GRASS
G R A S S
C O N C R E T E
C O
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C R E T E P A
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P A V E M E N T
SIGN
C O N C R E T E C U R B
B R I C K R E T A I N I N G W
A L L
SIGN
GRASS
G R A S S
C O N C R E T E
C O N C R E T E
P A V E M E N T
P A V E M E N T
C O N C R E T E
P A V E M E N T
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C O N C R E T E
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2 S T O R Y B R I C K B U I L D I N G S
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CONCRETE
CONCRETE
F R A M E C O V E R E D P O R C H E S
CONCRETE
CONCRETE CONCRETE
CONCRETE SIDEWALK
CONCRETE
G
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STONE CURB
STONE CURB
STONE CURB
STONE CURB
STONE CURB
CONCRETE CURB
PLAY GROUND
V G V G V G
#2901
BRICK
2 STORY
2 STORY BRICK
#2905
SHED
WOODEN
FRAME
GARAGE
BLOCK
GARAGE
GARAGE
FRAME
BRICK
2 STORY
#2708
#2706
2 STORY
BRICK
BRICK
2 STORY
#2704
BRICK
#2702
2 STORY
#2709
2 STORY
BRICK
FRAME
GARAGE
#2420
2 STORY
BRICK BRICK
2 STORY
#2422 #2424
2 STORY
BRICK BRICK
2 STORY
#2426 #2428
2 STORY
BRICK BRICK
2 STORY
#2430 #2432
2 STORY
BRICK BRICK
2 STORY
#2434
BRICK
2 STORY
#2436
GARAGE
SIDING
GARAGE
SIDING
GARAGE
SIDING
GARAGE
SIDING
3 STORY
FRAME
#1320
#1324 BRICK
2 STORY
2 STORY
BRICK
#1312
BRICK
2 STORY
#1318
BRICK
#2624
2 STORY
BRICK
#2622
2 STORY
#2516
3 STORY
BRICK
CHURCH
BRICK
1 STORY
#2600
BRICK
2 STORY
#2500
#2508
2 STORY
BRICK
BRICK
2 STORY
#2506
BRICK
2 STORY
#2504
2 STORY
BRICK
#2515
#2517
BRICK
2 STORY
BRICK
2 STORY
#2519
#2705
#2703
#2701
#1316
#1314
1 STORY
FRAME
BRICK
2 STORY
#1312
2 STORY
BRICK
#1310
#1308 BRICK
2 STORY
BRICK
2 STORY
#1306
GRASS
GRASS
GRASS
GRASS
GRASS
GRASS
GRASS
G R A S S
GRASS
GRASS
GRASS
GRASS
GRASS
GRASS
GRASS
GRASS
GRASS
A S P H A L T
A S P H A L T
GRASS
GRAVEL
GRASS
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BRICK WALL
WOOD RAMP
ASPHALT PARKING
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GRASS
GRASS
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STONE WALL
STONE WALL
BRICK WALL
STONE WALL
STONE WALL
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BRICK WALL
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CONCRETE WALL
STONE WALL
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FENCE POST
BRICK WALL
BRICK WALL & WOODEN FENCE
BRICK RETAINING WALL
CHIMNEY
STONE WALL
STONE WALL
STONE WALL
STONE WALL
STONE WALL
STONE CURB & GUTTER
STONE CURB & GUTTER
C O N C R E T E
C O N C R E T E
C O N C R E T E
C O N C R E T E
C O N C R E T E
C O N C R E T E
CONCRETE CURB
C O N C R E T E
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STONE CURB
CONCRETE CURB
STONE CURB
STONE CURB
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CONCRETE CURB
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CONCRETE SIDEWALK METAL STEPS
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CONCRETE
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2’x3’ STORM
6’ STORM
2’x3’ STORM
30.34
11.51
17.02
15.59
11.61
10" SEWER
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20.20
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