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Rt. 123 blocked near county line

Mark Berman

Good morning. We begin another work week with clear skies this morning but rain due later on today. Check back with this post throughout the morning for updates on your morning commute.

8:50 A.M. UPDATE:

-- The Outer Loop lanes have reopened.

-- An accident on Route 123 North near the line dividing Prince William and Fairfax counties is blocking the northbound right center lane, right lane and right shoulder.

-- There's a disabled vehicle on I-495 North blocking the right lane before Braddock Road.

8:15 A.M. UPDATE:

-- The two Outer Loop lanes are still closed before Central Avenue/MD 214.

-- I-395 North is pretty congested at the 14th Street Bridge.

7:45 A.M. UPDATE:

-- An accident on I-95/Outer Loop before Central Avenue/MD 214 is blocking two Outer Loop lanes and one of the shoulders.

-- I-66 East is very backed up at the Beltway.

7:20 A.M. UPDATE:

-- I-66 East is still very slow at Chain Bridge Road.

-- I-495 North remains congested at Gallows Road.

-- Don't forget about the 16th Street NW issues this week, with a project at Meridian Hill Park likely slowing traffic in both directions on the road.

6:50 A.M. UPDATE:

-- I-66 East is even more backed up at Chain Bridge Road.

-- I-495 North is getting pretty congested as you near Gallows Road.

6:25 A.M. UPDATE:

-- I-66 East is backed up at Chain Bridge Road.

-- There might be delays on I-495 North at Braddock Road; a disabled vehicle is blocking the left shoulder.

ORIGINAL POST:
As the rush hour gets underway, the roads are quiet thus far.

By Mark Berman  | July 12, 2010; 6:00 AM ET
Tags:  morning commute  
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