The City of Alexandria is giving the green light to its $75 million Duke Street transit project, dubbed “Duke Street in Motion” — and it’s reaching out to residents to gather feedback. The city said the Duke Street corridor project will include improvements from the Landmark Mall to the King Street Metro station. It expects the planning and design study to take 18 months. According to wtop.com, "In an effort to get information from those who use the corridor, Alexandria said it will host nearly 30 events and activities for those who live, work and travel that area. Starting June 21, there will be a “Duke Street In Motion Week” that will feature a series of outreach events. There will also be a virtual project webinar on June 23 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. where people can learn more about the project and ask questions You can register for the webinar online. If you can’t make the webinar, it will be recorded and posted online later." As per wtop.com, "Feedback on the project can be given using an online form that will stay open until July 31. “The community input received will help create a vision for this corridor and steer the eventual outcome, including potential bus, bicycle, pedestrian, micro-mobility (such as shared electric bikes and scooters) and other traffic improvements,” the city said in a news release. “The results will be used with existing studies to create a final plan.” The Duke Street corridor project is being partially funded through regional grants from The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority."