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Night work to affect N.Y. Ave.

The trip through the New York Avenue corridor and the intersection with Florida Avenue will get a bit more complicated for drivers traveling the stretch during nighttime hours over the next week.

Beginning tonight, crews will be activating new traffic signals and timing them with surrounding intersections, according to the District Department of Transportation. Flashing signals will be in effect at the Florida Avenue intersection after 10 p.m. through Saturday morning. DDOT said traffic control officers will also be in the area to help the flow of traffic. DDOT also plans to give drivers acciess to O Street NE.

Beginning Monday, DDOT will begin paving work at the intersection, which will occur nightly and is expected to be completed next week.

The reconfiguration of the intersection is scheduled to be completed by the end of September, DDOT said.

The project is one of five occurring along the New York Avenue corridor.

By Michael Bolden  | September 10, 2010; 6:45 PM ET
Categories:  Construction, District  
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