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DDOT spokesman John Lisle described the process and why his department continues to tweet.
The change to the 14th Street Bridge will occur overnight Tuesday, so that it will be ready for commuters Wednesday morning.
"Most people have a cellular phone with them and once you've signed up it's very easy to pay for parking using your phone or even using a mobile app," says D.C. Department of Transportation spokesman John Lisle.
The words "island" and "phase six" might sound like details straight from an episode of the now-defunct ABC series "Lost." Instead, they're part of a new traffic pattern facing area drivers this week.
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.
A paving project that took too long to clean up caused delays on inbound New York Avenue near Bladensburg Road in Northeast Wednesday morning.
It's been closed since the Spring of 2008, but with renovations complete, the ramp to the 12th Street Tunnel from the westbound Southeast/Southwest Freeway will reopen before the Monday morning commute.
"Crews have driven all 63 piles needed for the new bridges into the river," says John Lisle, spokesman for the District Department of Transportation.
The 3.6 magnitude earthquake shook the D.C. area at around 5 a.m. Friday.
In a letter obtained by WTOP, the city gave the homeowner 90 days to get rid of a circular driveway in front of his Cleveland Park home. The city says the driveway is no longer needed because the homeowner's handicapped mother has died.