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This section identifies persons who played a significant role in the revision of the Comprehensive Plan, including, Office of Planning Staff, consultants and members of the Comprehensive Plan Task Force.
The Introduction Chapter provides an overview of the background, purpose and organization of the document.
The Framework Chapter provides the foundation for the rest of the Comprehensive Plan.
The Land Use Chapter provides the general policy guidance on land use issues across the District.
The Transportation Element provides policies and actions to maintain and improve the District’s transportation system and enhance the travel choices of current and future residents, visitors and workers.
The Housing Element describes the importance of housing to neighborhood quality in the District of Columbia and the importance of providing housing opportunities for all segments of our population.
The Environmental Protection Element addresses the protection, restoration, and management of the District’s land, air, water, energy, and biologic resources.
The Economic Development Element addresses the future of the District’s economy and the creation of economic opportunity for current and future District residents.
The Parks, Recreation and Open Space Element addresses the future of parks, recreation, and open space in the District of Columbia. It recognizes the important role parks play in recreation, aesthetics, neighborhood character, and environmental quality.
The Urban Design Element addresses the District’s physical design and visual qualities.
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