You can request alley repair services by calling the Mayor's Citywide Call Center at 311 or completing a service request online using the District government's
Residents and contractors who wish to plant, prune, or remove a tree within the public right of way must obtain permission from the Urban Forestry Administration.
DDOT provides convenient, secure and protected parking for bicycles across the District.
The bus stop is a critical element in a transit system’s provision of safe, timely, and convenient transportation.
DDOT's Office of Civil Rights administers compliance programs and policies related to Civil Rights.
DDOT’s mission is to ensure efficient and safe mobility of commercial vehicles traveling in the District, while mitigating community impacts and preserving transportation infrastructure.
You can request curb and gutter repairs by calling the Mayor's Citywide Call Center at 311 or completing a service request online using the District government's
DDOT provides written notices of intent to modify traffic and/or parking requirements.
Funded through the US Forest Service Urban and Community Forestry Program, UFA offers grants of varying size on a rolling basis.
This Notice of Infraction is issued on property that was unlawfully occupying public space and whose ownership could not be identified at the time the notice was issued.
DDOT has launched the Park and Charge Pilot in November 2010 to provide electric vehicle users the ability to charge up at public curbside parking spaces.
DDOT manages metered parking spaces to benefit residents, motorists and business owners.
Request crosswalk lines, turn arrows, lane dividers or bike lane pavement marking installion or repair using the District government's Service Request Center.
Use your mobile phone to pay for parking at metered spaces throughout the District.
DDOT uses performance-based parking to manage the on-street parking resources in pilot areas of DC.
The District's standard is to repair potholes within three days of reporting.
DDOT strives to achieve and maintain safe and beauttiful public spaces throughout the District.
Residents or contractors who wish to plant, prune or remove a tree within the Public Right-of-Way must first obtain permission from DDOT's Urban Forestry Administration (UFA).