DC Streetcar Technical Reports
DC Streetcar Design Criteria – January 2019
The DC Streetcar Design Criteria provide a general framework and the basis for a uniform design for the DC Streetcar system. These guidelines allow DDOT, agencies, consultants, planners, engineers, and other professionals to develop preliminary and final designs for any streetcar project that might be undertaken by the District of Columbia.
Comprehensive Assessment on Streetcar Propulsion Technology – February 2017
This report assesses the feasibility of various non-aerial motive power technologies for streetcar propulsion in the District of Columbia. This interim update report was submitted to the DC Council on March 8, 2017, as required by the Transportation Infrastructure Amendment Act of 2010.
Utilities Standard of Practice 2015
The Utilities Standard of Practice covers the most encountered utility issues. If a unique resolution becomes necessary for an unusual condition that is not specifically or adequately addressed within the USP, a collaborative approach involving all affected stakeholders shall be initiated.
DC Streetcar Design Criteria – January 2012
The DC Streetcar Design Criteria provide a general framework and the basis for a uniform design for the proposed DC streetcar system. These guidelines will allow DDOT, agencies, consultants, planners, engineers, and other professionals to develop preliminary and final designs for any streetcar project that might be undertaken by the District of Columbia.
DC Transit Future System Plan – April 2010
DC’s Transit Future System Plan establishes plans for a new, efficient, high-quality surface-transit network that supports community and economic development initiatives and connects residents and neighborhoods to employment centers, commercial areas, recreational facilities, and multimodal transportation hubs.
DC Transit Improvements Alternatives Analysis – October 2005
The DCAA is a comprehensive evaluation of surface transportation alternatives to meet the intra-city access and mobility needs of DC residents, employees, and visitors. It is a multi-corridor, multimodal study of transportation alternatives used to define a network of efficient, high-quality surface transit access across the District, thereby offering additional connections between the existing Metrobus and Metrorail systems, as well as to key activity centers across the region.