16th Street NW Corridor Project

KAI led a team to assess multimodal operations and develop an improvement action plan along one of Washington DC’s critical corridors, 16th Street NW. Numerous studies have been completed within the adjacent neighborhoods however no previous study has focused on identifying improvements for corridor safety and mobility. The goals of the project were to develop a progressive and balanced approach to multimodal operations along the corridor, encourage the use of mass transit, and improve safety, mobility, connectivity and quality of life for all users. The major tasks included a synthesis of previous studies, identification and assessment of corridor needs, analysis of alternatives, and the development of short- and long-term improvement action plans.

Through the project, KAI worked closely with agency stakeholders to identify priorities and key outcomes to meet local and regional needs. The project was completed in 2013.