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Consider special events such as inaugurations, parades, marathons, ball games, etc. happening with no coordination of traffic flow in or out of ground zero. The idea is to have things move so smoothly that the public does not realize any coordination is taking place the background at all.3.Managing, with the Department of Public Works as a partner, the removal of snowand ice from the streets Coordinating the District's mass transit services, through the Kids Ride Free program, DC Circulator, DC Streetcar, Capital Bikeshare, and carsharing services. As mentioned above, DDOT was developed from under the umbrella of DC Department of Public Works. The agencies works in a close 5 | P A G E
Running Head: FINAL STRATEGY REPORTpartnership to provide exceptional service with the enhanced technology of DDOT and the historical knowledge of DC Department of Public Works. Diversification StrategiesI am a native Washingtonian and have been in the city to witness the landscape of the city change dramatically since the 1970’s. I do not believe this is by chance. The city is rapidly becoming a melting pot for many nationalities due to its commitment of equal employment opportunity. Fundamentally, DDOT complies with all federal laws that prohibit employment discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age (40 and older), disability, genetic information or retaliation. In addition to the protected traits covered by federal laws, the District of Columbia Human Rights Act (DCHRA) also prohibits employment discrimination on the basis of: age (18 and older), marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, family responsibilities, political affiliation, and matriculation. Examples of those policies are as follows:Title VI is the portion of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 which prohibits anyone from being excluded from participation in, or be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity for which DDOT receives federal financial assistance (DDOT, 2019).Title VII is the portion of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 which protects an individual from employment discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Specifically, Title VII prohibits employers from hiring, refusing to hire, firing, or laying off an individual due to those factors. Title VII 6 | P A G E
Running Head: FINAL STRATEGY REPORTapplies to any employer with 15 or more employees in both the public and privatesector including federal, state and local governments, employment agencies, laborunions, and training programs (DDOT, 2019).The Language Access Program (LAP) is designed to ensure that District residents who are limited or non-English proficient are afforded equal access to informationand services provided by DDOT. The Language Access Program requirements arecovered under the DC Language Access Act of 2004 and Federal Executive Order13166. The LAP gives residents who speak little or no English the opportunity to