K Street / Water Street Corridor Draft Concept Plan Meeting


Georgetown is a natural destination for bicyclists with the convergence of two of the city's busiest bike trails, a growing network of Capital Bikeshare stations, three bike stores, and proximity to universities, tourist attractions and the central business district. The Capital Crescent trail in Georgetown is DC’s busiest bike portal. The Georgetown 2028 Plan envisioned bringing more people to Georgetown through improvements to the neighborhood’s bike infrastructure, including enhancing the connection between the Capital Crescent and Rock Creek Parkway trails along the K & Water Street Corridor.

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What: Public Meeting to Discuss the K Street and Water Street Corridor Draft Concept Plan

When: Saturday, June 25th from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Where: Georgetown Waterfront Park, near the metal shade awnings (see image below)

K Street/Water Street Corridor Meeting Location

Why: Finding a safe, accessible connection between two of the most popular trails in the region will improve travel for everyone.

Come see the designs and learn about how the proposed changes will make it easier to walk, bike, drive and play along the waterfront.  The draft plan includes new bicycle and pedestrian connectivity enhancements that will connect the Capital Crescent and Rock Creek Trails.

Join us for a walking tour to see how conditions can be improved in the future while experiencing what it’s like today.

In preparation for the meeting, please review the draft plans for the corridor. Click here to view the proposed Interim and Optimum Plans. 


To provide comments on this concept plan, email us at transportation@georgetowndc.com

This project is funded through the Transportation Land-Use Connections Program of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments.