March 12, 2010
DDOT Temporarily Suspends Emergency No Parking Sign Distribution at MPD Stations
Signs Still Available at DDOT’s Public Space Permit Center
- DDOT is currently in the process of implementing changes to the current Emergency No Parking and Reserved Parking policies and procedures.
(Washington, DC) – The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) is currently in the process of implementing changes to the current Emergency No Parking and Reserved Parking policies and procedures. Normally, the public may obtain no parking signs for restricting parking in public space at the Metropolitan Police Department’s District stations. This policy has been suspended temporarily.
“We realize this is an inconvenience but it is a very short term suspension,” said DDOT Director Gabe Klein. “In about two weeks people will again be able to apply for signs at the MPD District stations.”
In the interim, people can still apply for signs at DDOT’s Public Space Permit Branch located at 941 North Capitol Street, NE until March 18 and then at the Permit Branch’s new location at 1100 4th Street, NW after noon on March 22.