District Department of Transportation (DDOT) is committed to providing environmentally sustainable transportation solutions. DDOT continues to practice and promote environmental excellence as it fulfills its mission to enhance the quality of life for the District of Columbia residents and visitors by ensuring that people, goods and information move efficiently and safely, with minimal adverse impacts on residents and the environment.
DDOT is a voting member of the Clean Air Partners, which is a partnership established by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Government.
These guidelines provide an additional resource in the design and planning process to achieve better and improved designs.
Context Sensitive Solutions (CSS) is a collaborative, interdisciplinary approach that involves all stakeholders to develop a transportation facility.
A comprehensive document that addresses environmental issues as they relate to DDOT projects.
DDOT is committed to achieving an exceptional quality of life in the nation’s capital through sustainable travel practices, improved air and water quality, safer streets and outstanding access to goods/services.
An Environmental Management System (EMS) is a management system that focuses on incorporating environmental considerations in business practices.
Comprehensive information on the District’s new Green Infrastructure standards that include Low Impact Development techniques to capture and treat stormwater as close to the source as possible.
The District’s Green Alley Projects are designed to reduce the quantity and improve the quality of storm water within the city’s right-of-way (ROW).
DDOT in cooperation with other public agencies has prepared an Environmental Assessment this improvement project.
Sustainability plans provide a clear vision to incorporate sustainable practices in all of the department's activities.
Promoting environmentally sustainability in its daily operations, DDOT has completed two key climate change initiatives: the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory and the Climate Change Adaptation Plan.