New Signs for More Restrictive Visitor Parking Going Up

by August 22, 2012 at 5:00 pm 2,333 2 Comments

From Tom Hay. Follow him on Twitter @Tomonswann or email him at Tom[AT]


Tougher parking restrictions for visitors have already gone into effect on the 1400 block of Swann Street NW. (Tom Hay)

The enhanced Residential Parking Program (RPP) pilot program is starting to be implemented. Under this program, one side of a residential block is reserved for certain hours for local residents only (by DC Ward parking permits). (See ANC 2F Votes to Support New Parking Regs Benefiting Residents.)

Last week D.C. Department of Transportation (DDOT) employees were seen installing new signage on the 1400 block of Swann Street NW. Now, parking on the northern side of the block is reserved for residents with either Ward 1 or Ward 2 parking stickers from 7 am to midnight, seven days a week. The other side of the block is still available for parking to both residents and visitors under the current posted rules.

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