DC Snowplow Snow Removal Tracker

Are you wondering when the District Department of Transportation (DDOT), the lead agency for snow removal in DC, will clear snow and ice from District roadways and bridges?

And we’re not talking major roads, commuter thoroughfares and designated Snow Emergency Routes? No, we’re talking the 1,100 roadway miles of streets that matter – yours.

Then check out the handy new interactive Snowplow tracker where you can watch DDOT’s snow removal process in almost real time.

Checking on the map this morning, I say it’s already a little out of date. Not a single road is marked plowed, yet I heard snow plows grinding down 16th Street all night long.

No matter. Another cheer for the DC Gov website for using technology to increase public interaction with government!

1 Comment so far

  1. shelley (unregistered) on February 14th, 2007 @ 9:16 am

    it’s not out of date. as of about 8 a.m. none of the major thoroughfares downtown had been cleared. Including ny ave, 14th st, h st. or constitution ave. not sure what the heck fenty is doing but this is the kind of day where you prove your worth as mayor. So far im unimpressed.

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