With any public health concern, we need to be prepared and informed about impacts coronavirus may have in our community. Stop the spread of germs and stay informed. For more information on the District Government’s preparations for impacts of coronavirus (COVID-19), please visit coronavirus.dc.gov for the most up to date information & details.
In light of COVID-19, WMATA has updated their operating status. Metro will continue to run trains every 15-20 minutes, with several stations closed, with buses running on a modified Sunday schedule. Customers should wear cloth face coverings on Metro. Visit their website for the most up to date information.
During the District's public health emergency, the DC Circulator has suspended fare, making all Circulator buses free to ride. For the most up to date information on DC Circulator operations, please sign up to receive service alerts at dccirculator.com.
The DC Department of Motor Vehicles remains operational with most necessary services provided online. All in-person services at DC DMV locations are currently closed through the duration of the public health emergency. Although most employees are working remotely, DC DMV online services remain available, and customers are encouraged to use online options by visiting dmv.dc.gov.
DMV has extended the expiration date for all documents expiring March 1 through the duration of the public health emergency, including driver licenses, identification cards, vehicle registrations, inspections, ticket payments and ticket adjudication responses, until June 29.
All driver licenses, vehicle registrations, and vehicle inspections scheduled to expire have been granted a waiver without penalty until DC DMV reopens at full operating capacity.
We understand that this is not an exhaustive list. We are open to adding additional resources. Please email with your suggestions, [email protected]