The Post and NBC4 both have pieces on the traffic and construction on 14th Street, but unfortunately both are rather light on content. The NBC piece basically says there's a lot of traffic, and compares the project to Boston's Big Dig, which is kind of funny. Not much more than that, though.
The Post, however, focuses on the crossing guards on 14th Street who direct traffic, basically a fluff piece about how they're doing a great job. I've heard some complaints about them causing more harm than good and about blowing their whistles constantly, but I've got to think that having them is better than just the messed-up intersections without anybody controlling them. For one, the lights don't seem to make any sense at 14th and Kenyon/Park: there will be red lights in every direction and no cars are going, but there's also no walk signals, so people just cross willy-nilly. A Post reader wrote in to correct one part of the crossing guard story too: that residents had to demand the crossing guards be placed there. Doh.