Come Monday, new rules will place D.C.'s food trucks in assigned spaces. A total of 95 spaces will be reserved at eight locations around the District from 10:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. for every truck that's part of a lottery system. The Department of Transportation says that all non-participating trucks must stay 200 feet away from the eight locations, as well park legally and pay meter fees when required.
Below are the assigned spaces, as well as their locations:
Farragut Square-(17 parking spaces) 900 block of 17th Street NW
Franklin Square-(12 parking spaces) 900 block of 13th Street NW
George Washington University- (3 parking spaces) 2100 block of H Street NW
L’Enfant Plaza-(18 parking spaces) 200 block of 7th Street SW and 600 Block of Maryland Avenue SW Capitol Riverfront-(8 parking spaces) 1200 block of New Jersey Avenue SE
Metro Center-(13 parking spaces) 600 and 700 block of 12th Street NW
Union Station-(14 parking spaces) Unit block of Massachusetts Avenue NW
Virginia Avenue/State Department-(10 parking spaces) 2000 block of Virginia Avenue NW
These changes have not been welcomed with open arms. Beloved Cirque Cuisine shut down a week after CapMac because the lottery assigned them to locations where they didn't have a customer base. The full list of assigned spaces can be seen here, but the specific trucks are not named. You'll just have to roll the dice on Monday.