Washington, DC


Thanks to all who passed on from DDOT:

“I received this survey via email today and then when I completed it I was able to see all of the current responses. Not sure if that is on accident or in the interest of transparency!”

It’s interesting to see the results. So since we seem to have parking on the brain this week – for today’s question – would you like to see changes in the Visitor Parking Program or do you like it as is? If you’d like changes – what would you like changed? Would you pay for a VPP pass? If so how much would you pay per year? For those who have them now, how often do you currently use them?

DDOT’s original email said:

“The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) is evaluating the annual Visitor Parking Pass (VPP) program. As a resident of the District, and a VPP user, your input is extremely valuable in steering the direction and future of the VPP program.

Please take a few moments to fill in the following anonymous VPP Survey. The survey will be open through June 3, 2016.

The goal of this survey is to gather your input on your VPP experience in order to tailor the VPP program to meet user needs.”


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