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hoping that whatever they do between N Cap and 1st NE is safe enough to get me off the sidewalk on that block

The sidewalk is pleasantly wide there, no reason to be in the street for me. Seems like new bike facilities could share space with pedestrians in this case, without needing to remove parking.

But if Pepco gets permission to build their substation on K St, there goes the sidewalk.

agreed, decent sidewalk with little pedestrian traffic west of North Capitol. The sidewalk between North Capitol and 1st NE is worse, though - root damage + narrower - and the street is not very comfortable.

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