WASHINGTON (FOX 5 DC) - D.C. is asking for the public's help when it comes to tracking down confusing street signs in the District.
Mayor Muriel Bowser is encouraging drivers to use the hashtag, #GoodSignDC, to alert the city to street signs and parking signs that are confusing or need replacement.
Bowser is kicking off a new job training program designed to help residents for careers in transportation as sign installers. The training program involves the DC Department of Employment Services (DOES) and the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) and includes a 12-month training program.
If you spot a confusing street sign or a sign that needs replacement let us know on Twitter using #GoodDayDC.
So can I park here or what? 😩🤔If you know of a confusing parking sign in DC @MayorBowser wants to know! Tweet a picture & location using #GoodSignDC & the city will get on it! #GoodDayDC pic.twitter.com/ldpnlIW6BY— Holly Morris (@HollyLiveFox5DC) April 3, 2019