DC to lift extended rush-hour parking limits

WASHINGTON — As Metro ends its initial round of 24/7 work zones next week, rush-hour parking rules will change across much of the District.

The District Department of Transportation last year extended the parking restrictions by 30 minutes in each the morning and afternoon rush hours along key corridors using an emergency rule-making process. The parking restrictions will revert to the old hours of 7 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. starting Monday, June 26, DDOT spokesman Terry Owens told WTOP in an email.

“Over the next week DDOT will notify the public and begin the process of removing the temporary signs that indicated the longer hours,” Owens said.

There had been some consideration given in the department to maintaining the restrictions beyond the end of Metro’s initial 13 months of round-the-clock work zones, given the significant number of riders who have turned away from Metro during the work and ongoing road construction projects like long-term work on Beach Drive.

Instead, the standard rush-hour restrictions are scheduled to return Monday on the following roads:

  • 1000-5700 Connecticut Avenue NW
  • 1600-5100 Massachusetts Avenue NW
  • 1000-5400 Wisconsin Avenue NW
  • 1900-2800 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
  • Washington Circle NW
  • 2900-3400 M Street NW
  • 1100-1800 H Street NW
  • 1100-2000 H Street NW
  • 1000 K Street NW
  • 1100-2000 I Street NW
  • 800 11th Street NW
  • 800-900 13th Street NW
  • 800-900 14th Street
  • 800-900 15th Street NW
  • 800 Vermont Avenue NW
  • 800-900 16th Street NW
  • 800 Connecticut Avenue NW
  • 800-900 17th Street NW
  • 800-900 18th Street NW
  • 800-900 19th Street NW
  • 800-900 20th Street NW
  • 900 21st Street NW
  • 3900-4500 Benning Road SE
  • 1500-2100 Benning Road NE
  • 1000-1300 Florida Avenue NE
  • New York Avenue NW between 7th Street NW and North Capitol Street
  • 600-1600 North Capitol Street NE and NW
  • 1500-3100 Rhode Island Avenue NE to NW
  • 1500-3000 North Capitol Street NE/NW
  • 1000-8000 16th Street NW
  • 800-900 13th Street NW (east side only)
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