WDCSITE/VASITE/YPT – Audi Field Meeting


On August 21, 2019, WDCSITE will join our colleagues from VASITE and YPT for a technical event and soccer match at Washington D.C.’s newest sports arena, Audi Field in Buzzard Point! The event will include technical presentations, appetizers, cash bar, and tickets to the match afterwards, all on site at the stadium!

This meeting is an excellent opportunity to meet and network with fellow members of VASITE and YPT and explore one of D.C.’s newest entertainment venues. Our meeting and presentations will take place in the Director’s Club Meeting Room, situated on the east side of the stadium and directly overlooking the construction of the South Capitol Street Bridge. Presentations will be followed by appetizers and cash bar for social hour. The evening will cap off with DC United (led by English legend, Wayne Rooney) taking on their long-time rival, New York Red Bulls as both teams jockey for playoff positions!

It is anticipated that PDH credit(s) will be available. Payment will be taken electronically only (through Paypal portal).


5:00 PM – 5:30 PM – Registration/Networking
5:30 PM – 7:00 PM – Technical Discussions Presentations
Audi Field Transportation Study – more to follow
Update on South Capitol Bridge Project – more to follow
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM – Social Hour/Networking (with appetizers and cash bar)
8:00 PM – 10:00 PM – Soccer Game (DC United vs New York Red Bulls)


Full Registration (EARLY BIRD, before Wednesday 8/7): $50
Full Registration (after Wednesday 8/7): $60
Game Ticket Only: $35

Fun Fact: Audi Field is 1 year old! Audi Field officially opened on July 9, 2018 after 1 year, 4 months, and 17 days of construction. 

Please click on the link below to register for this event:


For any questions you may have regarding this meeting, please contact Jon Crisafi.

2019 WDCSITE DDOT Bike Tour Recap

WDCSITE partnered with DDOT to organize a bike tour of key bike facilities within the District on Tuesday, July 23rd. The tour, guided by William Handsfield, (DDOT Bicycle Program Specialist), Clarence (Trey) Dickerson (DDOT Deputy Associate Director), Aaron Goldbeck (DDOT Sustainable Transportation Specialist) and Anthony Cassillo (DDOT Policy Analyst) involved about a 6-mile ride along the First St, NW Cycle Track, Pennsylvania Ave, NW Cycle Track, 15th Street, NW Cycle Track, and the Metropolitan Branch Trail—all in the rain! 

During the tour, riders had the chance to learn about new design concepts, constraints, conflicts and innovative strategies to produce a safe, complete network for cyclists and pedestrians. The highlight of discussion included the Florida Ave NE bike lane project, as it will reduce vehicular travel lanes and provide protected bicycle lanes.