Monthly Archives: December 2010

What a Ride! Thanks and Cheers from Gabe…

The District is going through a re-transformation, as are many cities across the United States. People flocked to urban areas in the first half of the 20th century, fled to the suburbs in the 2nd half, and are rediscovering the … Continue reading

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What is an LPI? A Head Start for Pedestrians

(Posted by George Branyan, DDOT’s Pedestrian Program Coordinator) DDOT in now using a new tool for increasing pedestrian safety. The Leading Pedestrian Interval, or LPI, is a simple signal timing change that can have a big impact on the lives … Continue reading

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