Some intersections in Northeast slated to be adjusted will include a signal strategy called Leading Pedestrian Interval, or LPI, which gives pedestrians a head start.
One Southwest D.C. neighborhood has been hit by a rash of car break-ins where thieves targeted the vehicle’s parking permit.
Though ginkgo trees are beautiful in the fall, the fruit they bear emits a putrid odor when left on the ground to rot.
The meters were installed years ago, but they have been the source of confusion for years, as the rules limiting red top meter use to those with disability parking placards or license plates have not been enforced since shortly after the program began in 2012.
“We think the system is already paying for itself — it’s provided a new transit option for people in this part of town, it has also spurred economic development along the H Street Corridor,” DDOT spokesman Terry Owens said.
Drivers in D.C. are more likely to encounter traffic-clogged streets and longer-than-normal trips during the evening rush-hour commute, according to a new study on traffic congestion released by the District Department of Transportation.
Leif Dormsjo, director of the D.C. Department of Transportation, explains where and when streets will be closed for the inauguration, and how Metro might not be a bad choice for getting around.
D.C. transportation leaders are changing course, and will allow construction crews to continue working on District roads between the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday and Inauguration Day.
The District has repaired and renovated more than 300 alleys since the launch of “Alleypalooza” in 2015.
A new parking meter rate schedule starts Monday in the city’s Penn Quarter and Chinatown neighborhoods.
With afternoon traffic expected to pick up early on Friday, the District Department of Transportation plans to switch traffic signals on major roads to rush-hour timing several hours earlier than usual.
Red-top parking meters for the handicapped have been in place in D.C. for a few years, but because the rules have lagged, the meters have been available to anyone. That will soon change.
District Department of Transportation chief said the city is having a difficult time hiring for maintenance activities in the highway environment for commercial driver’s licenses.
National Park Service and D.C. officials urge drivers who normally travel on Beach Drive as part of their commute to plan ahead for the long-term road closure that starts on Thursday.
Beginning Sunday, the DC Streetcar will operate seven days a week, and the addition of another car will mean more frequent service.
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