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While certainly much better, DDOT doesn't seem to be very good at paying attention to the details:


I have a copy of the 65% design plans, and that pole, and two others are noted. The note reads "Existing poles to be relocated (by others)". I suspect that, in this case, that is PEPCO. But I don't know if they've had any discussions with PEPCO, or, if so, what the status of that work is.

theyre much nicer for what? what do these trails do? answer: nothing. the road alongside is plenty wide, and safe, even with the ridiculous driving over there in ward 7 and 8.
the trail is not needed. this is a waste of time and money when other needs are obvious.

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