In 2015, the D.C. Department of Transportation will begin a pilot program to fluctuate parking rates in real-time based on demand for street parking in Chinatown and Penn Quarter.
After more than a year of construction, Washington Circle now sports triple the number of signalized crosswalks. And its created a mess for drivers.
City employees — including DDOT workers — are not exempt from parking tickets. Just last week, a government vehicle blocking traffic was issued a $100 ticket.
If you find a great parking space in front of a broken parking meter, can you park there? The answer is complicated.
Under a proposal from DDOT, bikes would be banned from using the traffic lanes where streetcar \”guideways\” are placed.
The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) and other local agencies will be conducting a Streetcar Emergency Preparedness Drill, Sunday Aug. 24. The drill will close H Street NE between 12th and 13th streets.
Almost 40 percent of local roads in the District are in poor, very poor, or failed condition, and the District Department of Transportation cannot keep up with all the service requests, according testimony at a council hearing.
Lisa Foreman got a ticket, even though she parked under a green sign. Now she wants the fine rescinded.
Capital Bikeshare has hit a bump in the road as summer
begins: It\’s out of the keys that allow members access bikes.
Northbound Interstate 395 will reduce to one lane Thursday evening and Capital Pride festivities will cause street closures all over D.C. Saturday and Sunday.
From parking tickets to streetcars and Capital Bikeshare, a D.C. City Council committee began a discussion on Wednesday about overhauling the transportation system in the city.
After several hiccups, could the streetcars hit the city sooner than later?
It\’s hard to drive anywhere and not hit a pothole, and recent storms haven\’t helped. D.C.\’s Department of Transportation is only halfway through it\’s Potholepalooza campaign, and it has already filled twice the number it filled during 2013.
Walter Edwards spent 10 months in 2013 fighting red tape to get a ticket in the District of Columbia thrown out, only to open his mailbox to find a second bogus ticket assigned to him.
D.C. Council member Mary Cheh, who oversees all the key agencies involved in the ticketing process, will introduce a bill Tuesday called the Transportation Reorganization Act.