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Search Tags: D.C. Department of Transportation
With yet another winter storm bearing down on the D.C. region, local road crews are assessing their salt stockpiles. The consensus is that there is enough to spread around.
The D.C. region has yet to get hit with a real winter wallop, but all the pre-treating and minor storms are still gobbling up snow budgets.
The D.C. Department of Transportation has named an interim director.
Making it easier for you to leave your car at home is the goal of a new smart map being tested in D.C. that provides real-time information about the transit options that are close by.
Both 15th and 17th streets will have parking restrictions and will be closed part of Thursday.
Gabe Klein leaves his post as director of the D.C. Department of Transportation Jan. 1.
A D.C. Department of Transportation road crew did not accurately judge the depth of where they were jackhammering on Connecticut Avenue when a chunk of concrete fell through the ceiling of the Farragut North Metro station Wednesday afternoon.
Construction on a 37-mile, 8 line surface-level street car system has already begun along the H Street corridor in Northeast and across the river in Anacostia.
The D.C. fire department now thinks Wednesday's fire on 16th Street that left one dead, dozens injured and more than a hundred displaced was caused by arson.
The South Capitol Street Bridge will have to close to traffic on some overnights and on the weekends to complete some serious structural repairs, WTOP has learned.