Our network

Transportation

Reminded: No Rush Hour Restrictions or Reversible Lanes on Veteran's Day

Reminded: No Rush Hour Restrictions or Reversible Lanes on Veteran's Day

 

This notice comes to us from John Lisle:

The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) is reminding travelers that Friday, November 11, 2001 is a national holiday and as a result there will be no rush hour restrictions or reversible lane changes during the morning and afternoon commutes. Sunday traffic patterns will be in place and drivers who use roadways with reversible lanes should use caution and anticipate 2-way traffic. That includes Rock Creek Parkway which is maintained and operated by the National Park Service.

Electrical Work May Impact Lighting on 14th Street Bridges Tonight

 

 

This notice comes to us from John Lisle:

Parking Restrictions & Street Closures for Halloween in Georgetown

Parking Restrictions & Street Closures for Halloween in Georgetown

 

From John Lisle:

Large crowds are expected to celebrate Halloween in Georgetown Monday and participants are strongly encouraged to take public transportation to avoid delays.  Although there are no plans at this time to close major roads including M Street and Wisconsin Avenue, the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) and the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) advise residents and visitors there will be parking restrictions and access to many side streets will be restricted.

Marine Corps Marathon Traffic Advisory

 

From Tisha Washington:

Here is a list of road closings for the Marine Corps Marathon.

Capital Bikeshare Introduces New Price Structure

Capital Bikeshare Introduces New Price Structure

 

Earlier this week, Capital Bikeshare announced several changes to its membership offerings, revised the cost of its 24-hour membership and introduced a new pricing structure for casual members.

Starting November 3, 2011, Capital Bikeshare will offer a 3-day pass for $15. The current 5-day pass will be discontinued. The change better aligns with the average stay of visitors to the metro region.

Green And Handicapped-Accesible Cabbies?

Green And Handicapped-Accesible Cabbies?

 

From Robert Marus:

Mayor Vincent C. Gray announced today that the D.C. Taxicab Commission (DCTC) will accept applications for new cab companies if they provide “green” cabs that meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessibility requirements.