Monthly Archives: November 2013

M Street Cycle Track Installation Now Underway

This week DDOT broke ground on the M Street protected bike lane (aka cycle track). Our crews began by installing a median on the south side of Rhode Island Avenue NW (east of Connecticut Avenue NW) that will serve as … Continue reading

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Parking in District Now Easier for Carshare Users

The District was an early proponent of carsharing as an innovative way to help reduce traffic congestion and competition for parking spaces. In an effort to make carsharing even easier, the District Department of Transportation is offering a new program … Continue reading

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DDOT Upgrades Transportation Online Permitting System

The District Department of Transportation’s (DDOT) Transportation Online Permitting System (TOPS) is getting a facelift: the redesigned TOPS—which goes live on Thursday, November 7, 2013—offers public space permit applicants a more streamlined experience. The remodeled site offers users a more … Continue reading

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DDOT’s Keeping Pace With Increased Development, Permit Applications

For a while, the District has been one of the hottest localities in the country for development projects. Currently, there are more than 60 cranes hanging over construction sites in the city. The District has also become a “Top 10 … Continue reading

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