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Public Meeting for the Metropolitan Branch Trail Fort Totten to Takoma Design Project

Good morning neighbors,


I hope this email finds you well and safe.


I want to send a reminder that The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) will host a public meeting to discuss the progress on the design of the remaining sections of the Metropolitan Branch Trail (MBT). The MBT is an important transportation route, providing connections to neighborhoods where residents live, work, and play. Once fully completed, the MBT will be an eight-mile trail that runs from Union Station in Washington DC to Silver Spring, Maryland.


The key elements of the next section of the MBT include:

  • New off-street and on-street trail segments

  • Traffic calming features

  • Storm water and low-impact development

  • Traffic signals & Lighting

  • Lighting & Utilities

  • Maintenance of Traffic plans

  • Landscaping plans

WHAT: Public Meeting for the Metropolitan Branch Trail Fort Totten to Takoma Design Project


WHEN: February 10, 2021


TIME: 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.


TO PARTICIPATE IN THE MEETING: : Please use this link to join the meeting: rebrand.ly/MetBranchTrail


How to Join via Phone:


Dial the US Toll - Washington D.C. Phone Number: +1-202-860-2110

Dial the meeting's Access Code: 180 173 7522, followed by the # key.

The Webex system will prompt you for an Attendee ID, this is not required. Press the # key to join the meeting.


Can't Make a Meeting?


Materials from this meeting will be made available at metbranchtrail.com within 24 hours of the conclusion of the meeting.

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