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Curbside Assessment Management

Washington D.C., DC, USA

Project Overview
Project Name: Curbside Assessment Management
Location: Washington, District of Columbia, United States

Project Tags: UN Sustainability Goal 11 sustainable development

Project Team

Disciplines That Worked on Project

Civil Engineer: Transportation (Planning/Multimodal)
People That Made The Project Happen (e.g., engineers, scientists, etc.)
Organizations That Made The Project Happen (e.g., engineering companies, government agencies, etc.)

Project Details
About this project
This project involves studying the uses of the public curbsides in Washington DC. The public curbside is the space between a road’s travel lanes and sidewalk. In urban areas, like Washington DC, this is precious space since it’s used in many ways including residents, workers, delivery people, people getting on and off the bus, etc.

This study included looking at possible regulations, increasing mobility options such as e-scooters, and incorporating various payment options for transit into one user system
Who benefits from this project, and how?
The curbside study helps residents, visitors, and businesses. It helps residents access their homes, helps people access businesses and businesses to move their goods, and increases safety for pedestrians, cyclists, transit users, and motorists

Funding & Costs
Funding source: Public
Funding notes: The project was done for the Washington DC District Department of Transportation (DDOT).

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