Map of Snow Emergency Routes – Move Cars off ’em by 9:30am – DCUSA to the Rescue!! (for some)

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Enlarge emergency snow route map here

From DCDPW:

“Once the Official Snow Emergency announced by DC government goes into effect Friday, January 22 at 9:30 am, then DCUSA will allow nearby residents to utilize the parking facility for the price of $1 per day. Upon arrival, the resident will receive a ticket and have their name and license plate information recorded by a U Street attendant. On their departure, the resident will present the same ticket received in order to get the discounted parking rate. Once the emergency has been lifted, any residents still utilizing parking in the garage will be charged the difference, at the standard rate, for the time they were in the garage.

Vehicle owners have a 2-hour grace period from the time the snow emergency declaration ending announcement to retrieve their vehicle without receiving any additional charges.”

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14th and Park Road, NW

5 Comment

  • You can also park at metro station garages: https://twitter.com/MetroTransitPD/status/690509152003690496

  • What’s the definition of “nearby residents?” I thought I read yesterday via Bowser’s twitter that all DC residents could take advantage of it

  • Does anyone have any idea what triggers the *end* of a snow emergency? Is it just when roads are cleared? I’m trying to figure out if it’s worth going to DCUSA if there’s a chance I won’t be able to get street parking for several days after the snow emergency ends so am stuck in the garage paying their regular daily rates.

  • I’m curious as to some of the streets for the snow emergency. For instance, the triangle where 17th meets Independence, but not 17th or Independence.

  • CH residents – does anyone know if the streets around the two DCUSA exits, Park Rd., Irving St., and Hiatt Pl., are passable? I parked my car in the garage and don’t want to make the mile long trek tomorrow if it’s impossible to drive in the surrounding neighborhood, especially since those streets are so narrow. Thanks all!

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