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Parking in D.C. is frustrating and the District Department of Transportation wants to hear about it.
The cost to park around the District is about to go up. The city plans to expand a program that links the price of the parking to demand.
The District of Columbia's annual "Potholepalooza" campaign to repair roads throughout the city is coming to an end.
Officials are set to cut the ribbon on a restored theater in Northwest Washington that helped launch the careers of Ella Fitzgerald and Marvin Gaye.
The District Department of Transportation selected Oregon Iron Works, Inc. to build two streetcars, which the city describes as "modern," according to a recent release, to run with three cars the city already owns. The new network includes a line along the H Street corridor in Northeast.
The District Department of Transportation is working to install 1,100 more parking meters for handicapped drivers in the city after advocates complained there weren't enough red-topped meters to meet demand.
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District of Columbia transportation officials are alerting motorists to some road work in northeast Washington that could affect their Friday commute.
Tags: road closure
The D.C. Department of Transportation reports a 22 percent drop in the requests for pothole repairs. Need to report a pothole? Find out how to do so.
The District Department of Transportation is dismantling six blocks of O and P Streets, between 37th Street and Wisconsin Avenue. After utility lines have been replaced, the bumpy brick and streetcar tracks will be returned to their original position -- except with a little smoother feel.