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Livability study addresses quality of life in Southeast


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The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) posted this reminder about a meeting tonight on a livability study it is conducting in Southeast:

The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) will hold a Citizens Engagement Group Meeting for the Far SE III Livability Study. This meeting, geared towards Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners and Ward 7 representatives of the pedestrian and bicycle advisory council, is also open to the public.

When:   Tuesday, July 26, 2016
              6:30pm-8:00pm                                              

Where:  Capitol View Library (Meeting Room)
              5001 Central Ave. SE, Washington DC 20019


According to the study website, "The overarching goal of the Far Southeast III Livability Study is to promote safe travel for residents of and visitors to the study area, and to improve the operational efficiency of the transportation network for all modes of travel." 

More information is available at www.fse3livabilitystudy.com.