Yes, residents of Washington, D.C. can get an E-ZPass. The E-ZPass system is used on most tolled roads, bridges, and tunnels in the northeastern United States, as well as in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.
To get an E-ZPass in Washington, D.C., you can visit the E-ZPass website or a nearby E-ZPass customer service center.
You will need to provide some personal and vehicle information and choose a payment method for your account. You will then be able to order a transponder, which you can either have mailed to you or pick up at a customer service center.
Once you have a transponder, you can activate it online or by calling the E-ZPass customer service center.
Once your E-ZPass is activated, you can use it on any E-ZPass-compatible toll road, bridge, or tunnel in the E-ZPass network.
You will need to ensure that your account is adequately funded and that your transponder is mounted correctly in your vehicle in order for it to work properly.
If you are planning to use your E-ZPass on toll roads in Washington, D.C., it is important to note that the E-ZPass system is not used on any tolled roads in the city.
You will need to use an alternate form of payment, such as cash or a credit card, to pay tolls on any tolled roads in Washington, D.C.