The Bowser administration is in the process of creating a plan to end traffic deaths.
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DDOT is launching the pilot program in Penn Quarter and Chinatown.
She was struck by a snow plow.
A narrower street could mean a safer one on Arkansas Avenue NW.
Happy fourth birthday, Capital Bikeshare
One car spot means space for a dozen bikes.
And if all goes according to plan, humans will be able to use it sometime this year.
That's not an Occupy encampment in the parking spot. It's a "parklet."
Failed Delivery: The Washington area currently ranks as the worst region in the nation for late mail service, according to a report from the U.S. Postal Service Inspector General. -3
Paved Paradise: Twin Oaks Community Garden in Petworth could be paved over and replaced by a 44-spot parking lot for Powell Elementary School. -4
City buses typically have a life span of 12 years, and the oldest of the District's fleet of Circulator buses, purchased in 2003, are nearing their end. So the District Department of Transportation and other city official have begun looking at new buses to replace the aging ones. Will Handsfield, the transportation director at the Georgetown Business Improvement Business, who is involved [...]
The 14th Street NW sinkhole is alive and well. No, not the one from 2013. This one's brand new.
City officials closed a portion of the 14th street block between Constitution and Pennsylvania avenues NW Tuesday because of a large sinkhole caused by sewer problems.
DC Water's Emanuel Briggs says crews are currently on scene assessing the issue and will [...]
The month-long extravaganza in which D.C.'s Department of Transportation fills reported potholes in 48 hours instead of 72 hours ends today. The annual campaign launched on April 9.
So just how many potholes did the agency fill?
During the month of the campaign, DDOT says it filled 11,138 potholes. In all of 2014, it has filled 41,461 [...]
It's pretty easy to be cynical about the rapidly growing number of speed cameras in the District, especially when the cameras already brings in more than $80 million a year for the city. But a new study (albeit an internal one with help from an outside firm) suggests that the 87 existing cameras serve a [...]
DCist has the details on how the city managed to salvage a deal for two streetcars (on top of the three they've already purchased):
Today DDOT also announced that it had inked an $8.7 million deal with Oregon Iron Works, a Portland-based manufacturer, to purchase two new more streetcars. A similar deal signed in December quickly [...]
Perhaps in an attempt to blunt the backlash against red-top meters, DDOT posted a release to its site today announcing that its slow rollout and tepid enforcement would be extended through May 1.
But that appears to be too little, too late for the D.C. Council, which voted this afternoon to halt the enforcement of meters that [...]