In addition to discussing changes in Washington area commuter patterns, last night's Transportation Planning Board Meeting also covered updates to DDOT's 2013-18 Transportation Improvement Program.
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a 6-year financial program that describes the schedule for obligating federal funds to state and local projects. The TIP contains funding information for all modes of transportation including highways and HOV as well as transit capital and operating costs. State, regional and local transportation agencies update the program each year to reflect priority projects in the CLRP.
If we look at when projects are funded, it can give us an idea of DDOT's current scheduling
Anacostia Riverwalk Trail - funding is all in FY 2013 which makes it seem it will be completed this year
Klingle Trail - Construction in 2014
South Capitol Street Trail - Construction in 2014
Rock Creek Park Trail - Construction in 2015 - This facility is under the jurisdiction of the National Park Service. This 12.6-mile project is designed to relieve congestion and reduce user accidents by widening the trail throughout the District of Columbia, including constructing a new trail along P Street to Pennsylvania Avenue along Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway. Replacement of the low water bridge at Porter Street and construction of a bike trail along feeder roads that connect to the adjacent neighborhoods have been completed. In addition, the TEA-21 High Priority program [Section 1602 No. 547] includes funds to provide enhanced recreational trails (e.g. bike trail maintenance) along Rock Creek Park.
Metropolitan Branch Trail - L &M Street and Fort Totten sections. Planning in 2013-14, Construction in 2015-16
New York Avenue Trail - 2013-2018, with construction in 2016 [Coincidentally, City Paper just mentioned this trail here - "Millstein says he wants to make Hecht’s a “dual-threat site” that caters to both the commuter corridor and the adjacent neighborhood. The latter “threat” could deliver some of the most intriguing developments, particularly on the transportation front. Millstein says Douglas plans to help bring an off-street bike trail to New York Avenue"]
Oxon Run Trail Restoration - Construction in 2016-18
In addition there are other projects that have bike elements to them, some of the highlights are
The Long Bridge Integrity and Capacity Study has a note that "Adding a bike-pedestrian connection should be considered also"
The 16th Street Corridor Study in 2013 will consider a bike lane between Florida and Arkansas Avenue.
Great Streets program on Georgia, Pennsylvania and Minnesota Avenues may have bike lanes
Theodore Roosevelt Bridge Rehabilitation - Scheduled for 2015 has improving bicycle access as a goal.
You can compare it to the 2009-2014 plan here.