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Pennsylvania Avenue Streetlight Upgrade Project
(from 2nd Street SE to 14th Street SE)



The Pennsylvania Avenue Streetlight Upgrade Project was designed to improve existing streetlights and traffic signals along Pennsylvania Avenue SE and will provide a fully operational and functional street lighting system once complete. The project limits extend from 2nd Street SE to 14th Street SE Pennsylvania Avenue and is in Ward 6, Washington, D.C. The streetlight and traffic signal upgrades will improve overall lighting and enhance transit safety for vehicular traffic, cyclists, and pedestrians, as well as bus operation and local business foot traffic along the project corridor. Pennsylvania Avenue is considered a historic street, as stated in the District of Columbia Streetlight Policy Guidelines, requiring special treatment in the lighting and operations of the avenue.

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