Posts Tagged ‘DDOT’

A Crossing to Bear: Examining D.C.’s Most ‘Dangerous’ Intersections

And what the city is doing about them.

District Braces for Pope’s Visit, With Major Road Closures and Detours Planned

Bowser: “We are ready. We have safety measures in place. And we are prepared to manage through any impacts on local transportation and services.”

DDOT Says Vision Zero Data Already Helping With Enforcement

DDOT is crowdsourcing concerns through a map, and police are using this data to determine the locations of stings.

At Starburst Plaza, a Community Tries to Combat Synthetic Drug Use

Starburst Plaza, a public space at the intersection of four major streets in Northeast D.C., has become a hub for synthetic drugs.

D.C. Kicks Off Vision Zero Initiative to Stop Traffic Deaths

Proponents of the program hope to eliminate all traffic fatalities and serious injuries in the city by 2024. How they’ll do so remains to be seen.

As Cyclists Rally Against Illegal U-Turns, Drivers Make Their Point

DDOT says it's "studying" installing barriers on the 1300 and 1400 blocks of Pennsylvania Avenue NW.

Biketivism DC To Form Human Shield Along Pennsylvania Avenue Cycletrack

Bike activists say they're protesting DDOT's delayed action on barriers and U-turn rules.

D.C. Commits to “Vision Zero”

The Bowser administration is in the process of creating a plan to end traffic deaths.

Parking Prices in D.C. Could Soon Be Based on Supply and Demand

DDOT is launching the pilot program in Penn Quarter and Chinatown.

DDOT Worker Seriously Injured During City Snow Clean-Up Test Run

She was struck by a snow plow.

A Confusing Street in 16th Street Heights Could Soon Make More Sense

A narrower street could mean a safer one on Arkansas Avenue NW.

The District Gets Its 200th Capital Bikeshare Station

Happy fourth birthday, Capital Bikeshare

DDOT to Convert Parking Spot Off of 14th Street NW Into Bike Parking

One car spot means space for a dozen bikes.

H Street Streetcar Will Launch Next Week (but Without Passengers)

And if all goes according to plan, humans will be able to use it sometime this year.

Why Some D.C. Parking Spots Have Astroturf and Cafe Tables Today

That's not an Occupy encampment in the parking spot. It's a "parklet."