Search Tags: D.C. Department of Transportation
Tags: street closures
While D.C. residents and visitors from Maryland and Virginia try to understand the latest twists in the District's visitor parking program, there still may be confusion about the new rules among city employees.
AAA Mid-Atlantic says drivers made more than 175,000 calls to the D.C. Department of Transportation last year to report broken parking meters.
D.C. officials say they are voiding a ticket issued in error to a woman who used the Parkmobile app to reserve her spot.
A Prince George's County parking ticket writer is facing criminal charges for allegedly falsifying more than $2,600 in citations.
The District is preparing to roll out solicitations for a pair of megaprojects that will change the way D.C. residents and suburbanites traverse the nation's capital.
It's a major commuting route from Maryland to D.C., but it's also one of the most accident-prone paths into the city.
A proposal by three members of the D.C. Council would reduce speed camera fines in the District from the highest in the nation to a maximum of $50.