Mobility of residents is a major element of a good life on Capitol Hill. Posted here are past and upcoming activities and actions of the ANC 6B Transportation Committee, of which I am chair.
The Committee discusses and/or reviews all transportation issues (large and small whatever the mode) affecting the mobility of residents of the Commission and, when appropriate, recommends positions for the full ANC to consider. The Committee was established in 2011 and, in 2013, the ANC voted to confer permanent Standing Committee status to the Committee.
All ANC 6B Commissioners are members of the Committee. Each Commissioner can nominate a Resident Member for the Committee. The Resident Members appointed to serve in 2018 are: Floyd Brown (6B01), John Manley (6B04), Corey Holman (6B06), Jack Geisser (6B07), and Carol Grissom (6B08).
Meetings are typically held on the first Wednesday of each month at the Hill Center, 921 Pennsylvania Avenue SE. Meetings are open to the public.
Next Meeting: Wednesday October 3, 2018
The agenda may include: (1) a revised GoBus application for a stop on Capitol Hill for its intercity service, (2) request for traffic signal adjustments on 8th Street SE between East Capitol and Pennsylvania Avenue SE, (3) Update on DDOT’s study on adding a bike lane on Pennsylvania Avenue, and/or (4) sidewalk repairs.
Why is the 6B Committee here?
The ANC 6B website version has disappeared along with copious data that had been stored there. This version has some of the elements of the previous one. Although, it won’t be as extensive, as uploading several years of monthly committee reports is daunting.