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The moveDC plan sets the 25-year vision for the transportation system in Washington, D.C. As the District continues to grow, the moveDC plan is used to guide investment. Your input helped shape moveDC, a bold and implementation-focused plan for our city’s transportation future. In May 2018, DDOT updated the DC STIP to reflect the priorities of moveDC and has continuously revised the program to reflect the evolving needs of the district—check out the DC STIP section below for more information.

View moveDC Plan

Download the moveDC plan document PDFs below:

Executive Summary

Part 1 (Strategic Multimodal Plan)

Part 2 (Plan Elements)

Appendices

 

DC STIP

District of Columbia Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (DC STIP)

The DC STIP is a federally required multi-year listing of all upcoming projects that will be funded with federal dollars in the District. DDOT is continuously developing the DC STIP and it demonstrates how the vision of moveDC is achieved through assignments of funds to programs and projects that optimize the transportation system Districtwide.

Learn more about the DC STIP and review the document at: http://stip.wemovedc.org

 

moveDC Action Plan

The Action Plan outlines key first steps that DDOT and other District agencies will take to realize the moveDC plan.

Action Plan (PDF)


moveDC Public Outreach

The draft moveDC plan was available for public comment between May and July 2014. Your input provided a valuable opportunity to strengthen the final plan. View all materials from the moveDC public outreach process at:

 

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