The District wants to add signs banning right turns on red lights to another 100 intersections by July, but the Department of Transportation is concerned the measure could mean more traffic and more accidents.
According to a District Department of Transportation analysis, D.C.’s single most-dangerous intersection is located along a busy bus corridor and near a Metro station. See a map of the D.C.’s worst intersections.
Some intersections in Northeast slated to be adjusted will include a signal strategy called Leading Pedestrian Interval, or LPI, which gives pedestrians a head start.
The District Department of Transportation says the intersection of 14th and Irving streets Northwest will soon be the site of what’s called a “Barnes dance” crossing.
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