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Livability is a term that refers to community quality of life as experienced by the people who live, work, and recreate there.
Far Northeast DC consists of 12 distinct but interrelated neighborhoods east of the Anacostia River and north of East Capitol Street in Ward 7. These neighborhoods are home to approximately 30,000 residents.
The study area for the Far Southeast II Livability Study is located in the southeast section of the District of Columbia. The majority of the study area lies in Ward 7.
The Final Report was completed in February 2011. It is a comprehensive summary of the work done and conclusions reached during the Rock Creek West II study.
The M Street SE/SW Transportation Study is identifying current and future transportation challenges and ways to address them within a roughly 1.7-square-mile area along M Street SE/ SW, and the Southwest waterfront.
The purpose of the Whitehurst Freeway Deconstruction Feasibility Study is to determine the impacts of removing the Whitehurst Freeway on the study area.