New Two-Way Traffic Pattern for New Hampshire Avenue NW between M Street and Washington Circle Starts June 17, 2014

New Two-Way Traffic Pattern for New Hampshire Avenue NW between M Street and Washington Circle.There will be a new two-way traf­fic pat­tern imple­mented on New Hamp­shire Avenue, between M Street and Wash­ing­ton Cir­cle, start­ing on or about Tues­day, June 17, 2014.

This traf­fic pat­tern change is a key mile­stone as DDOT moves toward the com­ple­tion of its New Hamp­shire Avenue Streetscape Project. The new two-way traf­fic pat­tern will help facil­i­tate bike travel on the two new bike lanes along the cor­ri­dor and improve con­nec­tions for motorists and local businesses.

Vari­able Mes­sage Signs (VMS) will be in place to advise dri­vers, cyclists and pedes­tri­ans about the change on this cor­ri­dor from a one-way to two-way traf­fic pat­tern. Trav­el­ers who fre­quent this sec­tion of New Hamp­shire Avenue NW are urged to stay alert and use cau­tion in the area.

For more infor­ma­tion about the New Hamp­shire Avenue Streetscape Project and to sign up for future updates, please visit NewHampshireAveStreetscape.com. Ques­tions about the project may be directed to the Pub­lic Out­reach Con­tact Ian Swain at Ian@thecsmi.com or at 202–563-5033.

Visit goDCgo.com for more infor­ma­tion on trans­porta­tion options in the District.

Association Member Survey Provides Direction

The Foggy Bot­tom Asso­ci­a­tion recently sur­veyed its mem­bers about issues impor­tant to them. The results of the sur­vey will help to inform the Association’s work over the next two years.

More than 160 mem­bers responded, below are those results.

May 2014 Report on Mem­ber Sur­vey from the Foggy Bot­tom Asso­ci­a­tion

If you’d like more infor­ma­tion, please email president@foggybottomassociation.com

Arts In Foggy Bottom Biennial Sculpture Exhibition Opens Saturday, May 17

arts-14The 2014 exhi­bi­tion, Sculpted: His­to­ries Revealed, will fea­ture 16 con­tem­po­rary sculp­tures by 15 artists, most nation­ally rec­og­nized. This is the fourth iter­a­tion of the award-winning Arts in Foggy Bot­tom out­door sculp­ture exhibit, one of Washington’s lead­ing pro­grams for pre­sent­ing pub­lic art.

The open­ing day fes­tiv­i­ties are sched­uled for Sat­ur­day, May 17, at 4:00 p.m. on the cor­ner of New Hamp­shire and I Streets NW and will include a tour of the sculp­tures. The artists will be sta­tioned at their respec­tive pieces and will dis­cuss them as atten­dees reach their sites.

Fol­low­ing the tour, there will be a recep­tion for artists, home­own­ers, and atten­dees at the Water­gate Gallery.

The exhi­bi­tion will con­tinue until Sat­ur­day, Octo­ber 25, in front of homes and busi­nesses between 24th & 26th Streets NW, and H & K Streets NW, day and night.

Fund­ing for the 2014 exhi­bi­tion has been pro­vided by a Planned Unit Devel­op­ment (PUD) amenity from the Hilton Gar­den Inn at 2201 M Street, NW. The Foggy Bot­tom Asso­ci­a­tion Defense and Improve­ment Cor­po­ra­tion made the three prior bien­ni­als possible.


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