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The District of Columbia Department of Transportation (DDOT), in cooperation with the National Park Service and Federal Highway Administration, is proposing to rehabilitate the existing Rock Creek Park Multi-Use Trail in Washington, DC. The project location is shown on the attached Project Area map. Rock Creek Park is a 2,100 acre park under the jurisdiction of the NPS. The park is located in the northwest portion of Washington, DC and extends from the Maryland state line south to the Lincoln Memorial Circle. The proposed action includes the rehabilitation of a 3.7-mile segment of the existing Rock Creek Park Multi-Use Trail and a 3,000-foot segment of the existing Rose Park Trail. Greenhorne & O'Mara (G&O) is providing consulting services for this project.

The Environmental Assessment (EA) is available for review and comment beginning December 2, 2011. Comments must be received no later than January 13, 2012. For more information about the EA and the review/comment process, please visit the Document List section (link to the left) "Dec 2011 - Environmental Assessment Notice of Availability and Public Hearing".
Contact Information
Austina Casey
District of Columbia Department of Transportation
202-671-2730