DDOT will host a public meeting on the Cleveland Park Streetscape and Drainage Improvement Project on Tuesday, September 15th (was originally for August 29th) at the Cleveland Park Library at 3310 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington DC 20008
The primary purpose of this project is to deal with recurring flooding problems near the Cleveland Park Metro Station, but it also has the purpose of improving pedestrian safety, access and visibility at all intersections, and upgrading public amenities (curb ramps, adding bike racks, benches, tree boxes, etc). So... more bike parking!
In the MoveDC plan, Connecticut Avenue includes protected bike lanes from I street all the way to the Maryland boundary (which means Cleveland Park too). I don't expect that to be a part of this project - or know what the project boundaries are. But if they just put protected bike lanes in between Tilden - which has east-west bike lanes - and the Cleveland Park Metro Station (starter lanes, in you will), that would add greatly to the bike-friendliness of the area. And if DDOT plans to do it anyway...why not now? But, again, I don't expect that as part of this project.