The Residential Permit Parking (RPP) program was established in the 1970s to protect neighborhoods and ensure residents could find parking on their blocks.
The District of Columbia Department of Transportation (DDOT) and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) occasionally receive requests for new transit to serve schools.
There are several parking programs offered by the District of Columbia government that are designed to accommodate the various parking needs of guests and contractors parking in residential sections of the District, as well as short term visitors to the District.
You can request sidewalk repair services by calling the Mayor's Citywide Call Center at 311 and (202) 727-1000 or by completing a service request online using the District government's
The District of Columbia's response to winter weather can be viewed using the Snow Response Reporting System. During a winter storm, visit this interactive web map to see live traffic cameras at varying intersec
The removal of public or private property trees at least 55 inches in circumference, which is equivalent to 17.51 inches in diameter, requires a Special Tree Removal Permit.
The District of Columbia is committed to reducing the negative impacts of traffic and to ensuring the overall safety and livability of residential neighborhoods.
You can request street/alley light repair services by calling the Mayor's Citywide Call Center at 311 or completing a service request online using the District government's
Street repairs can include damage or wear-and-tear to roadways in the District.
Starting in spring and continuing through the fall, DDOT performs annual routine street maintenance to keep the District’s roadways as close as possible to newly constructed condition.This results in a cost effective use of limited available funds, and provides maximum benefit to the travel
You can request street sign services, including the replacement of missing or damaged signs, by calling the Mayor's Citywide Call Center at 311 or completing a service request online using the District government's...
The following listing of suspended streets are those streets that have recently been restored or repaved.
The following pages include directions to several neighborhoods, major attractions, nearest Metrorail stops (METRO) and available parking for motorcoaches in Washington, DC.
The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) is committed to improving the quality of life in our neighborhoods and addressing traffic-related safety issues throughout the city.
The DC Sports and Entertainment Commission, in partnership with the Washington Nationals Baseball Team and District Department of Transportation, prepared a Tr
You can request traffic signal services by calling the Mayor's Citywide Call Center at 311 or completing a service request online using the District government's
Utility companies that operate in the District often must access their power, water, and gas lines that lie beneath the city's streets and sidewalks. When the work is completed, the utilities are responsible for restoring the roadway, and DDOT ensures that all utility cuts are in...
The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) is continuing the annual Visitor Parking Pass (VPP) program in Wards 1, 3, 4, 5 and portions of 6. The goal of the VPP program is to make it easier for residents to host their guests.