Cleveland Park has been struggling to find a happy balance between pedestrian safety and its businesses’ need to accommodate the car. DDOT is seeking input on ways to do both.
DDOT has been studying how residents and visitors get to and around Cleveland Park. And it’s hosting its second public meeting and workshop on the subject next week, on Thursday, September 12th, at the Cleveland Park Library, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
DDOT says: “If you walk, drive, ride a bike or Metro to or around Cleveland Park, the Department of Transportation (DDOT) invites you to share your ideas about transportation, pedestrian safety, and public realm improvements throughout the commercial corridor.”
At the first public meeting, in July, DDOT asked participants to map their routes to Cleveland Park, and to comment on such issues as pedestrian issues and the service lane.