Press Release: September 4, 2018
WASHINGTON— The National Park Service (NPS) has cleared the last major hurdle before beginning a $4 million complete rehabilitation of Fort Dupont and Fort Davis Drives in Southeast Washington, DC. The Federal Highway Administration, on behalf of the NPS, awarded a construction contract on August 30 to repave the entire roadways and improve stormwater management along the roadways.
“I know many people have been looking forward to this for sometime. Repairing Fort Dupont and Fort Davis Drives has been one of my top priorities since becoming Superintendent,” said Superintendent Tara Morrison. “The project will improve access for everyone in Fort Dupont Park, and will also help us preserve the historic character of the these roads.”
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