Bowser celebrates 16th Street bus lane project; kicks off paving season for Washington DC


It's officially paving season in the nation's capital Between now and the fall, The DC Transportation Department will pave more than 85 miles of roadway. It will also repair alleys and sidewalks across all eight wards. Mayor Muriel Bowser kicked off the season with a news conference at the construction site of the 16th Street Northwest Bus Lane, the mayor says a dedicated bus lane On that street will be a game changer is going to make travel up and down the quarter faster and more efficient for everybody who uses it. That bustling will be opening by spring of next year. It's all the more reason this spring and then summer to stay close to W T O P for traffic and weather on the eight with all with all of these paving projects that you may need to

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