District Mobility: Multimodal Transportation in the District
- City of Washington, D.C.
- Washington, D.C. Department of Transportation
District Mobility is the multimodal system performance management program for the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) to better quantify and qualify the state of its transportation system. DDOT utilizes a holistic multimodal perspective measuring the transportation system performance through congestion, reliability, and accessibility categories. Outputs from the data are then used to identify near-term strategies and areas to focus on to help address mobility issues. As projects to address these issues are completed, their results will be assessed and new areas of need identified. This iterative process will allow the District Mobility Project to keep pace with the District's evolving landscape. The site allows information to be filtered easily and users can understand mobility at different time periods. The system will allow DDOT to start to overlay data sets, matching high-ridership bus routes and travel time indexes for vehicle congestion.
American Community Survey, TIGER/Line Census Tract Shapefiles; INRIX Traffic Data; WMATA Automatic Passenger Count and General Transit Feed Specification
Kittelson & Associates, CLEVER FRANKE, Commun-ET, Foursquare Integrated Transportation Planning, and University of Maryland Center for Advanced Transportation Technology Laboratory