Jammed downtown streets near the White House will get bus lanes this summer in place of current rush-hour lanes of traffic. Find out when and where they’re coming.
DDOT expects many more dockless scooters and dockless bikes to hit the streets as the weather warms up. There are 516 docking stations across the bikeshare system, 290 in the District.
D.C. is struggling to keep up with an onslaught of potholes that have only increased with last year’s record rainfall. “It’s going to take us five years to get out of the hole that we’re in,” one city official said.
With construction underway on the Memorial Bridge, crossing it already comes with challenges, and the arrival of several potholes have recently made the drive a much bumpier one.
The no turn on red changes require public comment, which is open through Feb. 5. Comments could support or oppose the change specific intersections, or speak more broadly, such as calls for the ban to apply at even more intersections.
The new tour bus parking zones in D.C. are expected to all be in effect by spring of next year, just in time for the peak tourist season. The goal is to create safe and easy places for passengers to get on and off motor coaches.
The District Department of Transportation has chosen a preferred layout to double the number of tracks over the Potomac River to Arlington, Virginia, and also add a new way to walk or bike across the river.
Weighing widening roads against providing better alternatives to sitting in traffic is a key focus for D.C., Maryland and Virginia’s transportation bosses.
D.C. is set to see a surge in dockless scooters and bike-share bicycles after a dozen companies applied for the city’s new permits. The number of applicants by last week’s deadline surprised even the District Department of Transportation.
The District Department of Transportation has been reviewing the feedback and usage data provided by companies that operate the dockless bikes and electric scooters to determine the new policies for the city.
Two dockless bike companies are leaving D.C., but that’s not the end of the bike services that riders can pick up and deposit anywhere in the city.
The District Department of Transportation met with community members in the 14th Street corridor Saturday to discuss traffic decongestion and potential bus route improvements.
A milelong temporary bus lane along Rhode Island Avenue in Northeast D.C. this summer could be just a first step toward more extensive, permanent lanes to speed up commutes across the city.
LimeBike, one of five companies taking part in the District’s seven-month dockless bike demonstration project, is adding electric scooters to its dockless fleet in D.C.
Waybots has “soft-launched” in the District with scooters, and is governed by the same terms and conditions as other dockless bike companies operating in D.C.
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