We reached out to the District Department of Transportation, which sent a safety team to check out the location. The results of the investigation are in: According to John Lisle, spokesman for DDOT, the agency has used all the tools in their toolbox to protect pedestrians at this location.
There are signs with pictures of pedestrians, with arrows pointing to the crosswalk and pylons indicating pedestrian traffic, Lisle said.
“All the things we would do, have already been done,” Lisle said. “We will now reach out to MPD.”