In an effort to cut down on the number of fatalities and serious injuries, DC Public Transportation announced that it would soon start accepting payments in bitcoin to reduce the number and severity of accidents on the city’s roads.

Currently, there are two payment methods available to pay for public transportation: bitcoins and dollar bills.

The city will accept both methods for the first time on Tuesday, July 23, at noon.

The new policy means that riders will be able to pay with a digital currency, rather than using cash, if they want to get a ride from a designated rider.

In the past, riders have had to pay cash at the gate or on the platform, but the new policy is designed to make the ride safer for everyone.

The city also announced that there will be a special ride in honor of the Fourth of July in 2018, starting July 17 at 6 p.m. and running through to the end of the year.

The ride will be free for everyone and will be sponsored by the DC Parks and Recreation Department.

The public will be allowed to pay by debit or credit card, or by cash, bitcoin, or any other type of payment method.

The DC Parks Department said that it is encouraging the public to come out and support the new program.

The department has also partnered with local merchants to offer discounted rides to those who want to take advantage of the program.

“We think this is a great way to help the riders feel more comfortable when making a booking and help our guests enjoy their rides more,” DC Parks Secretary Paul Scholz said in a statement.

“This new policy will also make it easier for riders to buy the discounted rides as well as reduce the chance of an accident on the ride by making it more convenient for the rider to buy rides in advance.”

The new payment method was created by DC Public Transit after the city heard from the public that they had to make payments in other forms of currency.

This was due to the fact that DC Public Transport operates in a cash-based system, and not a credit card or debit card.

For those riders who do not want to pay in cash, they can use the credit card system.

The DC Public Transit website has a full list of payment options, but if you need help with a particular payment method, contact the city.