District of Columbia officials say a busy commuter route will likely remain closed through Thursday evening as work continues to repair a sinkhole.
A pair of sink holes in downtown D.C. will keep a major intersection closed through at least the Wednesday morning rush hour, authorities say.
Officials in Washington have hit the halfway point of Potholepalooza, their annual month-long campaign to fill in potholes, and say they’ve eclipsed the number of potholes filled during the entire 2012 campaign.
The D.C. Emancipation Day Parade will take place Tuesday, meaning many roads will be closed that could effect commuters.
Shortly after Thursday morning’s rush hour, the westbound lanes of the Southeast Freeway will close between Pennsylvania Avenue and 8th Street, SE in the District.
A heavily traveled intersection near Anacostia Freeway will be closed this week after rush hour for repaving.
It’s no secret the Nats are playing at a strange time Wednesday – just strange enough of a time it could affect morning and afternoon rush hours. Be in the know about road closures, alternative methods of transportation, and how to avoid the mess altogether.
The District Department of Transportation will be conducting a series of bridge maintenance and safety inspections throughout the District between August 13 and August 30.
The District of Columbia’s annual “Potholepalooza” campaign to repair roads throughout the city is coming to an end.
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