Management Plan Environmental Assessment for Anacostia Park - 2017
The National Park Service (NPS) prepared a Management Plan/Environmental Assessment for Anacostia Park in 2017. The Plan provides broad guidance and long term strategies for management of the Park, to protect the Park's natural and cultural resources, provide for public understanding and use of the Park, and promote partnership opportunities that would support and complement NPS management of the Park.
Play DC Master Plan Vision
Play DC is a long-range vision to transform the District’s parks and recreation system into one of the best systems in the nation.
It is the first comprehensive plan of its kind in the District, and its reach is citywide.
11th Street Bridge Park (Plan)
the 11th Street Bridge Park is Washington, D.C.'s first elevated public park will be perched over the Anacostia River. Located on the piers of the old 11th Street Bridge, this venue will be a space for healthy recreation, environmental education, and the arts.
11th Street Bridge Park's Equitable Development Plan - 2018
The goal of the Bridge Park’s Equitable Development Plan is to ensure that the park is a driver of inclusive development—development that provides opportunities for all residents regardless of income and demography. By following a community-driven-vetted process, it is our hope that other cities can look to the Bridge Park as a prime example of how the public and private sectors can invest in and create world-class public space in an equitable manner.
It is one of 56 plans State Wildlife Action Plans (SWAP) that form a national network to prevent wildlife from becoming endangered. Together, the state and tribal wildlife action plans reduce the cost of wildlife management by decreasing the need for recovery projects for endangered species.
Mayor Muriel Bowser has indicated her desire to have the Washington Redskns NFL team return to DC and play in a new stadium at this site, but others have protested this.
Buzzard Point Park Development Concept Plan - 2017
The National Park Service's (NPS) National Capital Parks - East released a final Development Concept Plan (DCP) for Buzzard Point Park in 2017 to provide the framework to re-develop this park as an enjoyable and unique urban park with a mix of active and passive recreational opportunities.
The Southeast Boulevard spur of Highway 695 is planned to be designed to incorporate neighborhood development.
A planning study in 2015 explored potential development opportunities for the area, and the Department of Transportation then launched an Environmental Assessment regarding changes to traffic patterns and road layouts.
Current Environmental Assessment: Lead Agencies: DDOT, FHWA Planning Complete: 2018 Est. Construction: Unknown https://www.seboulevard.com
DC State Rail Plan
The District of Columbia Department of Transportation (DDOT) has completed a State Rail Plan for the District of Columbia. This plan focuses on passenger and freight rail infrastructure, both vital for ongoing economic development.
The completed plan provides a high-level strategic vision, goals, and objectives to guide investment for the future of the District’s rail network.
Kenilworth Avenue Corridor Study - 2007
Kenilworth Avenue is an important part of the District’s transportation network. To some users, it serves as an essential commuter route, while to others it is a key link to their neighborhoods.
At the same time, it is also an obstacle, where it prevents easy movement between residents on either side from such destination points as the Anacostia River, a park or recreation area, a school, or a place to shop.