The new 16th Street NW Transit Priority Planning Study will look in detail at a 2.7-mile stretch from Arkansas Avenue south to H Street NW, a section an earlier study noted as optimal for a dedicated bus lane. DDOT will hold a public meeting March 31 to hear from residents, transit users and other stakeholders. Once this latest study is completed, some riders and public transit advocates say they expect the city to move from planning to action.
My name is Kelly Blynn and I lead our work here in Montgomery County where we count over 4,000 supporters. Tonight we’d like to offer two considerations regarding Montgomery County’s transportation future as you head to Annapolis this year.