Under the new guidelines, the companies will be able to apply to expand their fleets — up to doubling them — on a semiannual basis. DDOT says it will grant expansions after evaluating a company’s performance.
Bowser administration officials said that the mayor did not need the council’s approval to move the team of 20 city employees overseeing the traffic camera program to DDOT. The mayor had proposed the multiple
The number of electric scooter providers permitted in the District would decline to four from eight under new proposed rules that city transportation officials are considering. But each of the four companies
D.C. was an early adopter of shared electric scooters and bikes, having rolled out a pilot program for so-called “dockless” vehicles in September 2017. Since then, they have only expanded in use and visibility
“We have seen public support for the bus lanes operating in rush hour, and we think there is significant benefit to extending them,” said Jeff Marootian, director of the District Department of Transportation.
Roughly 1.3 miles of bus-only lanes the city has piloted on H and I streets NW since June will operate on a permanent basis as of November 12, the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) announced