Proposed rules will require companies to provide safe passages for pedestrians and cyclists around construction sites.
The Federal Highway Administration is postponing a decision on the Virginia Avenue Tunnel project until at least Sept. 15.
The District Department of Transportation says it will conduct a study to determine if a bus lane is feasible along 16th Street NW.
Opponents of the Virginia Avenue Tunnel project in Southeast Washington are working to convince the D.C. Council to intervene and put a stop to the project.
Conventional wisdom says the increase in bike traffic in the city would result in more citations being issued to riders.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has extended the review period on the Virginia Avenue Tunnel project.
Residents say DDOT should move ahead with a feasibility study for a bus lane.
Some praise the city's vision for more biking, walking and transit. Others are concerned about the impact on driving and parking.
MoveDC focuses on expanding public transportation choices and deterring personal vehicle use.
Residents are upset that DDOT issued an occupancy permit to CSX for reconstruction of the Virginia Avenue tunnel while the project has yet to receive final approval from the Federal Highway Administration.