Connection to Other Government Goals:
The District Department of Transportation encourages the safe and efficient movement of people through public space. These overarching goals are:
1. Sound Equipment Design: Allow only vehicles that are designed to be safely stored and function in public space.
2. Innovation: Successfully manage public space while encouraging permit holders to offer innovative solutions to problems, exceptional equipment, and smart education practices.
3. Safety: Support user safety through education, vehicle monitoring, and vehicle maintenance.
4. Accountability: Minimize adverse impact on residents and ensure transparency about operators’ strengths and weaknesses.
5. Equitable Access: Promote equity among vehicle users including geography and income
6. Sustainability: Strengthen sustainability initiatives.
7. Labor: Ensure that operators offer meaningful employment and enough labor to be accountable and safe, and provide equitable access.
8. Data: Ensure the provision of data sufficient to monitor the performance of individual operators and the program as a whole, and to plan for program improvementsThe District Department of Transportation encourages the safe and efficient movement of people through public space. Increasingly new forms of mobility are entering the public space. DDOT is tasked with the responsibility of regulating the public right-of-way and encouraging more efficient ways of traversing the city.
Government Parking Requirement:
- Dedicated drawers
- Designated parking areas
DDOT is installing bike and scooter corrals across the District. The off-sidewalk parking corrals are available for both private vehicles and shared dockless vehicles. Beginning in February 2020, DDOT will install off-sidewalk parking corrals across all eight wards. Residents on impacted blocks will receive notice from DDOT approximately one week before the corrals are installed. Residents can submit a request for off-sidewalk parking corrals here.