Ward 3 for All – FY25 Budget: Streets & Transit

Invest in Safer Streets and Accessible Transit

The District must do more to protect pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers. This includes ensuring safe routes to school for students, expanding multimodal transit options, and promoting sustainable alternatives to driving. In addition to making investments in street safety and roadway improvements, the FY25 budget increased funding for WMATA by $200 million to prevent our regional transit system from falling off a fiscal cliff. Access to reliable, frequent public transit is an economic, environmental, and equity issue, and I will continue to work toward long-term, sustainable funding for WMATA.

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