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The work, scheduled from May 20 through June 12, will take place Monday through Friday from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m., weather permitting.
According to DDOT, the project, to carry out sidewalk and in-road bus pad repairs, is due to be completed by Thursday, Feb. 20.
A resolution to support a District proposal to ban drivers from making a right turn onto M Street at the red light at northbound 29th Street was turned down by ANC 2E.
From 9 p.m. until midnight, M Street was gridlocked with pedestrians dressed as (and cars full of) pirates, ghosts, witches and zombies.
This Wednesday into the early hours of Thursday, there will be parking restrictions and street closures in Georgetown, as D.C.’s oldest and most haunted neighborhood celebrates Halloween.
The incident occurred at the corner of M Street and Thomas Jefferson Street NW on Sunday, May 27, around 5:30 p.m., while Georgetown shoppers walked the sidewalk.
The Georgetown Business Improvement District’s sidewalk-widening project, which added six feet of sidewalk out from the curb on each side of the street last year, won’t return until late summer or early fall.