‘AlleyPalooza’ Campaign Aims to Fix Capitol Hill-Area Alleys

by Daniel Levitt July 8, 2015 at 5:50 pm 2 Comments

AlleyPalooza alley locations (Image via District Department of Transportation)

Mayor Muriel Bowser has launched another “Palooza” campaign to repair roadways in the Capitol Hill area and other parts of D.C.

As part of its first-ever “AlleyPalooza,” the District Department of Transportation will mend alleys in each of the District’s eight wards, Bowser announced today. AlleyPalooza follows “Potholepalooza,” which the mayor began in March to fix potholes.

The Ward 6 roadways targeted in AlleyPalooza include alleys near:

  • 514 E St. SE
  • 200 12th St. SE
  • 222 17th Place NE
  • 1612 D St. NE
  • 525 13th St. NE
  • 1312 F St. NE

The program is set to be completed in mid-September, and will cost taxpayers about $3.7 million. Residents can track the progress of alley repairs online.

“We want our roads to be safe and reliable,” Bowser said in a statement. “AlleyPalooza shows our commitment to making that happen.”

Image via District Department of Transportation


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