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
Any residents and contractors who wish to plant, prune, or remove a tree within the Public Right-of-Way must first obtain permission from the Department of Transportation and the Urban Forestry Administration
DDOT has a very progressive Bicycle Program with some of the most innovative initiatives in the nation, including the first self-service bike parking program and the Bikestation at Union Station. The Bikestation offers secure, protected parking for more than 100 bikes right next to the...
The bus stop is a critical element in a transit system’s provision of safe, timely, and convenient transportation.
The Office of Civil Rights administers compliance programs and policies related to Civil Rights for the District Department of Transportation (DDOT).
The District Department of Transportation’s mission is to ensure efficient and safe mobility of commercial vehicles traveling in the District of Columbia, 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
Pursuant to the "Administrative Procedure Amendment Act of 2000" DC LAW 13-249 (48 DCR 3491 April 20, 2001), the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) is required to give a written notice of intent to modify traffic and/or parking requirements.
The District has several programs intended to ensure on-street parking is accessible to residents and visitors with disabilities.
Funded through the US Forest Service Urban and Community Forestry Program, UFA offers grants of varying size on a rolling basis.
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.
The goal of good parking management is to regulate the parking assets (spaces) in a manner that ensures that a percentage of spaces are available at any given time for short term parking.
Pavement markings include crosswalk lines, turn arrows, lane dividers and bike lanes. You can request new pavement markings or repairs by calling the Mayor's Citywide Call Center at 311 or completing a service request online using the District...
The District's Pay by Phone Program will allow 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 (DDOT) began implementation of the Performance-based Parking Pilot Zone Act of 2008 in three District neighborhoods:
You can request pothole repair services by calling the Mayor's Citywide Call Center at 311 or by completing a service request online using the District government's
The District Department of Transportation has management and oversight responsibility for the use and occupancy of the public space. The goal of Public Space Management is to achieve and maintain safe and beautiful streets.
Anyone, whether resident or contractor, who plants, prunes or removes a public street tree within the Public Right-of-Way must first obtain permission from the DDOT Urban Forestry Administration (UFA).
ROSA stands for registration of out of state automobiles. Automobiles housed in the District of Columbia for 30 consecutive days are required to be registered and display a valid DC inspection sticker and tags when parked or operated on public space.