On Your Street
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Traffic Management Programs
A HAWK (High-Intensity Activated cross WalK) signal, also known as a Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon, is a signal-beacon designed to help pedestrians safely cross busy streets.
DDOT is using a method called performance-based parking to manage the on-street parking resources in pilot areas of the District.
Commercial vehicles parking and traveling within the District may be subject to special permitting and restrictions.
The District has several programs intended to ensure on-street parking is accessible to residents and visitors with disabilities.
DDOT plays a key role in helping the District and its residents prepare for emergencies including events or threats that might require the evacuation of the city.
Pay by Phone allows residents, workers and visitors to use their mobile phones to pay for parking at all of the approximately 17,000 on-street metered spaces throughout the District of Columbia.
The District Department of Transportation manages approximately 17,000 metered parking spaces across the District of Columbia.
The RPP program limits on-street parking to participating residents living on designated blocks. Parking for everyone else is limited to two hours.
The following pages include directions to several neighborhoods, major attractions, nearest Metrorail stops (METRO) and available parking for motorcoaches in Washington, DC.