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“DDOT Announces Proposed Rulemaking to Revise the Residential Permit Parking (RPP) Program”

by Prince Of Petworth August 22, 2016 at 3:45 pm 55 Comments

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From DDOT:

“The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) is seeking comments on a proposed rulemaking which would establish a process for neighborhoods to modify or expand residential permit parking restrictions. In an effort to address concerns from neighborhoods that are experiencing parking pressures from surrounding activity centers DDOT is proposing to establish clear criteria for the modification of RPP parking and for creating resident-only parking on established RPP blocks. In addition, the proposed rules would clarify and update a number of current parking and parking related regulations.

The proposed rules may be reviewed and comments submitted here.

Although the published rules indicate the time for submitting written comments will close in thirty days, DDOT has officially extended the comment period to a full 60 days

to ensure that everyone, in particular Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, has an opportunity to review and submit comments on these proposed rules. The notice of the extended comment period was posted in the DCMR on Friday, August 19 at: http://dcregs.dc.gov/Notice/DownLoad.aspx?noticeid=6179693.

Written comments are invited during the 60 day comment period and should be submitted to: [email protected]

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