For those not going to the Nats first home playoff game, whose daily commute takes them past the ballpark, be sure to read this before you get in your car.
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.
A number of roads will be closed in the District over the Columbus Day weekend due to The Taste of DC.
The road is still partially blocked to traffic on 14th Street in D.C. after rescuers successfully freed a man trapped under a tow truck.
Inspectors are working on the westbound span of the Bay Bridge and it remains closed through the morning commute.
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.
Franconia Road will be partially closed for several hours Monday morning after a fatal car crash involving a police officer.
President Obama is schedule to roundup a swing-state campaign locally Thursday with a stop at a nearby high school that will force a number of road closures.
Washington-area residents and local leaders are preparing for a difficult Monday morning commute in parts of the region because of storm damage.
A police standoff that began after a man was shot in southeast Washington has ended with a suspect in custody.