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STEPS TO REPORT A SAFETY ISSUE
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Go to the DC311 Portal
Identify the Location
Describe the Issue

Access DC311 from your computer, device, or telephone.

Provide the location where you saw the hazardous issue.

Indicate the type of issue and provide any other relevant detail.

EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL
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RULES YOU NEED TO KNOW AS...
A Cyclist

DDOT offers a variety of resources that support bicyclists.

Cycling Safety Tips

Cycling Safety Video

A Driver

DMV has a variety of resources available to assist you in learning about driving skill techniques and safe driving information. The driver education section is designed to provide all this information in one place for new drivers, whether teens, adults or seniors.

Driver Safety Tips

Driving Safety Video

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A Pedestrian

DDOT offers a variety of resources that support  pedestrians.

Pedestrian Safety Tips

Pedestrian Safety Video

Sign the Pledge

As a traveler of the Washington, D.C. region, I pledge to contribute to the collective well-being, health and safety of our community. When traveling in, to, and from Washington, D.C., I will intentionally:

  • Know and abide by all the rules of the road as they apply to walking, biking, and driving;

  • Refrain from aggressive driving, distracted driving, and impaired driving;

  • Prioritize people above punctuality by planning ahead; and

  • Protect the most vulnerable travelers by behaving appropriately for an urban, multi-modal environment

TRAFFIC CALMING REQUESTS IN THE WORKS

The District Department of Transportation updates and publishes a list of requested traffic calming assessments monthly.