Interactive Maps

Thank you providing your concerns on the three interactive maps about pedestrian, bicycle and motor vehicle safety concerns along the study corridor.

You provided valuable information about locations where you believe are walking and/or biking-friendly, or un-friendly, where you think improvements are needed and that are unsafe for those traveling the corridor via foot/transit, bicycle or car. The comments have been summarized and are being used to develop safety improvements along Maryland Avenue, NE.

The following “Maryland Avenue Interactive Maps Summary” graphic shows a summary of the comments received from the interactive maps. We received a total of 150 comments on the three maps combined. The majority (70%) of the comments were pedestrian focused concerns, indicated by “walk” on the following map. Approximately 20% were cyclist, or “bike”, comments and 10% were motorist, or “drive”, comments. The following map shows the comments provided for each individual intersection along the corridor.



The intersections with the most comments were Maryland Avenue & 7th Street/D Street, Maryland & 9th Street/E Street, Maryland Avenue & 10th Street/E Street and Maryland Avenue & G Street:

  1. The four most common comments at all of the intersections were speed of cars, drivers not yielding, difficulty seeing cars and the speed of turning cars.



  2. At Maryland Avenue & 7th Street/D Street (“7th Street” graph), the primary concerns where the speed of cars (37%), drivers not yielding (33%) and the difficulty to see cars (25%).
  3. At Maryland & 9th Street/E Street, pedestrians ( “9th Street Walk” graph) had numerous concerns including being in an crash or near miss crash (27%), the speed of turning cars (20%) and motorists not yielding (20%). Fifty percent (50%) of motorists (“9th Street Drive” graph) at this intersection found the intersection confusing.
  4. At Maryland Avenue & 10 Street, pedestrians (“10th Street Walk” graph) were primarily concerned with the speed of cars/speed of turning cars (33% total), being in a crash or near miss crash (29%) and drivers not yielding (24%). Motorists at this intersection (“10th Street Drive” graph) were concerned with the difficulty of seeing cars (57%) and speeding cars (43%).
  5. At Maryland Avenue & G Street (“G Street” graph), the concerns were the speeding of turning cars (58%), difficulty of seeing cars (25%) and speeding cars (17%).