Sharon Kershbaum is the Deputy Director of DDOT. Prior to her role at DDOT, she served as the Chief Operating Officer of the DC Department of Human Services for over six years. She previously served at the US Department of Treasury as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Management and Budget (Presidential Appointee) and Director of HQ Operations (Senior Executive Service). Sharon also worked for the District Government during the Fenty Administration as a “CapStat” Program Manager in the City Administrator’s Office as well as the Deputy Chief Procurement Officer.
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PaveDC is Mayor Muriel Bowser's comprehensive plan to eliminate all roads in poor condition in Washington, DC, by 2024.
View DDOT’s Traffic Safety Investigation dashboard
Open Streets is a global initiative that offers communities the opportunity to experience their city streets in a whole new way.
Find a comprehensive list of all Automated Photo Enforcement Cameras across the city.
Mayor Bowser established the Bus Priority Program to improve bus speeds and reliability for riders across the District, whether on DC Circulator, Metrobus, or commuter buses.
Discover current parking regulations and policies, and Red Top Meter Program.
(WASHINGTON, DC) – The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) announced that the largest Open Streets event will return to Georgia Avenue NW on Saturday, October 1, 2022. During the event, the District will close three miles of Georgia Avenue, between Barry Place NW and Missouri Avenue, to cars.
Testimony of Everett Lott, Director, District Department of Transportation
Before the Committee on Transportation and the Environment
Council of the District of Columbia
Mary Cheh, Chairperson
Weekly Construction Update
This publication lists all of the road, alley, marking, and sidewalk paving projects that will be under construction during the next two weeks.
moveDC 2021 is the long-range transportation plan for the District of Columbia. moveDC 2021 establishes goals, policies, strategies, and metrics for DDOT to invest in transportation facilities and programs that address the needs of Washingtonians across all eight wards.