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Revitalization of Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue SE

 (from Milwaukee Place SE to 4th Street SE)



Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue SE is located in Ward 8 of Southeast Washington, DC and has two lanes running North and two lanes running South. This corridor must function in different capacities serving schools, churches, residences, businesses and residential communities. The District Department of transportation (DDOT) is working to provide an improved and sustainable transportation network, pedestrian and vehicular safety, efficient travel options, travel lane and sidewalk enhancements and improve the aesthetics of the corridor. This project supports the Mayor's Vision Zero Initiative which aims to eliminate all deaths and serious injuries by the year 2024. 



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Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue SE

(from Milwaukee Place SE to 4th Street SE)

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