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DC Water: NEBT project T Street NW construction site newsletter

From: Hadiah Jordan <>
Date: February 14, 2020 at 10:31:00 AM EST
Subject: NEBT: T Street Construction Site Newsletter

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Northeast Boundary Tunnel Project
T Street NW Construction Site

Greetings Neighbors.
As part of construction work associated with the Northeast Boundary Tunnel Project (NEBT) (, DC Water’s contractor will begin installing monitoring devices beneath the 100-block of T Street NW. Work will consist of digging small holes in several locations on T Street NW. The devices will measure soil movement and any vibrations associated with the tunnel boring machine, scheduled to arrive at this area in approximately six months.
The installation of monitoring devices will begin on or about Monday, February 17, 2020, between the hours of 7 AM and 7 PM and is expected to take two days to complete.

Travel and Parking Restrictions
  • Traffic and parking will be restricted on the eastern portion of T Street.
  • Access to T Street will be available from 2nd Street NW only.
  • T Street will be closed to westbound traffic from Rhode Island Avenue NW.

Map 1: The above map highlights traffic changes with white arrows and parking restrictions in blue.

What's Next
The contractor will also remove several small trees on T Street NW. As soon as the date for tree removal is confirmed we will update the community. All trees identified for removal have been approved by the DC Department of Transportation (DDOT), which oversees such work. Tree removal is necessary to begin preparing for the establishment of the T Street NW construction site. DC Water’s contractor is committed to restoring all trees and tree boxes when the project is complete.

Map 2: The map above highlights that 5 trees will be removed on the 100-block of T Street NW and 1 tree from the bioretention area.

Additional Information
  • People who live or work near the affected locations will notice additional construction equipment and personnel as well as noise associated with construction activities.
  • Commuters and pedestrians will notice road signs and/or flagging personnel directing them safely around the work site.

For More Information
24/7 NEBT Hotline: (800) 988-6151
DC Clean Rivers Project:
Northeast Boundary Tunnel Project:

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