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Attention Circulator Riders: DDOT Hosting Pop-Up Meetings This Week

April 23rd, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill, Capitol Riverfront/ Near Southeast, Eastern Market

Capitol Hill has seen restaurant and storefront pop-ups, well add community forums to the “pop-up” craze. This week the DC Department of Transportation is hosting a series of community meetings on street corners along the DC Circulator route. The goal is to gauge the bus line’s performance and hear from current and future riders. Tomorrow, DDOT will […]

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DC Streetcar By The Numbers

April 23rd, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

As the streetcar comes closer to making its official first public ride, DDOT is sharing a few of the numbers. Are you ready for your first ride?

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Some Hill Streets Closed Saturday for Rock n’ Roll Half Marathon

March 14th, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

Last week I spotted a brochure attached to my fence and thought it was another pizza menu. It was, in fact, a reminder of the upcoming road closures due to this weekend’s Rock n Roll Marathon. Good move — kind and thoughtful too — event organizers! The course goes through all quadrants of the cities, […]

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Visitor Parking Passes – Still Valid or Not?

October 3rd, 2013 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

You may have noticed that your city-issued visitor parking pass has an expiration date of September 30th. No, you did not miss the new one in your mail. After some back and forth on expanding the program to be city-wide, DDOT has extended the expiration date of our current passes to December 31, 2013. So […]

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DDOT Studies Focus on Hill East

March 14th, 2013 · 4 Comments · Capitol Hill South, New Hill East, Stadium Armory

by Nichole Opkins As many you may have heard, DDOT is conducting several studies that directly impact the Hill East community. The first study involves the area around the Potomac Avenue Metro. The second involves Barney Circle and the potential Southeast Boulevard.  These studies’ apparent purposes are to develop suggestions to improve traffic patterns and increase […]

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