I'm Eddie Cano is accepting Pasqua Pranzo kit pre-orders now through Monday, March 29th. The three-course Easter Meal kit includes salad, lasagna, lamb, oven-roasted potatoes and roasted asparagus. A kit for two is $59 and $110 for four. Kits are fully assembled and require reheat at home (allow 25-35 minutes). See the full menu and pick-up dates and times, here.
Justice For Dorian Hurd

On March 18, 2021, University of the District of Columbia second-year student and star athlete Dorian Hurd was a victim of a random, senseless act of gun violence in Temple Hills, MD. Dorian was a stellar kid and mentor who made a huge impact on the lives of everyone he came in contact with. Learn more about Dorian's life and if you're able, consider a donation to the memorial efforts and funeral costs for Dorian Hurd's family, here.

UPCOMING: Connecticut Ave. Reversible Lane Operations & Safety Study Virtual Public Meetings

The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) will host two virtual public meetings to present an overview of the Connecticut Avenue NW Reversible Lane Safety and Operations Study including the technical analysis and preliminary concept designs. The virtual meetings will be held on Tuesday, March 30, 2021 and Thursday, April 1, 2021; the same information will be presented during both meetings.
The Connecticut Avenue NW Reversible Lane Safety and Operations Study assesses the multimodal (vehicular, transit, bicycle, and pedestrian) operational and safety impacts associated with removing or maintaining/improving the existing reversible lane system and improving multimodal accessibility (e.g., consideration of adding protected bicycle lanes).

The project area is 2.7 miles long with the primary area from Connecticut Avenue at Legation Street NW to Calvert Street NW. The secondary project area is bordered by Wisconsin Avenue to the west, Broad Branch Road to the east, Dupont Circle to the south, and Western Avenue to the north.

Through the study, DDOT aims to:
  • Reduce crashes and conflict points while enhancing safety for all modes, and roadway users as well as pedestrians
  • Incorporate additional mobility options along the corridor (e.g., protected bicycle lanes)
  • Assess feasibility of removing Reversible Lane Operation
  • Determine feasibility of reducing capacity along Connecticut Avenue and the effect on adjacent roadways
  • Advance Mayor Muriel Bowser’s Vision Zero goals

During the meeting, DDOT will offer topic-specific learning rooms which will run consecutively and allow stakeholders to concentrate on a specific project topic area. Click here to find meeting details.
Community Leaders in Conversation to support the DC Asian American and Pacific Islander Community

Please join the Bowser Administration for a Community Leaders in Conversation to support the DC AAPI Community. Wednesday, March 24 at 5:00 p.m.