The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) invites you to a public meeting on Thursday, October 26, 2023, at the Cleveland Park Library (3310 Connecticut Avenue NW) for a presentation on the DC Smart Street Lighting project. DDOT will present an overview and update on the Wards 3 and 4 project schedule at this public meeting. The Smart Street Lighting Project will modernize 72,051 streetlights in the District of Columbia by converting them to LED technology with remote monitoring and control capabilities.
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This program a joint initiative between Metro and DDOT that aims to improve bus travel times and enhance bus stop safety.
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PaveDC is Mayor Muriel Bowser's comprehensive plan to eliminate all roads in poor condition in Washington, DC, by 2024
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.
Public Hearing on
B25-0283, the “Trick or Streets Amendment Act of 2023”
B25-0258, the “Access to Home Amendment Act of 2023” and
B25-0296, the “Prioritizing People in Planning Amendment Act of 2023”
Testimony of Sharon Kershbaum Interim Director, District Department of Transportation
Public Hearing on
B25-0422, the “Automated Traffic Enforcement Effectiveness (‘ATE’) Amendment Act of 2023”
B25-0425, the “Strengthening Traffic Enforcement, Education, and Responsibility (‘STEER’) Amendment Act of 2023”
B25-0421, the “License Suspension Reform Amendment Act of 2023”
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.