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Rosslyn street becoming one-way

4:05 p.m. Update: North Moore Street in Rosslyn will switch to a one-way street heading south toward Wilson Boulevard as early as Saturday due to the start of two construction projects. The new traffic patterns will remain in place for three years.

Rosslyn's new Metro station entrance project will begin later this month and construction on the 1812 North Moore skyscraper will begin later this fall.

Taxi stands will be pushed to North Moore Street and Wilson Boulevard and another on the boulevard near Fort Myer Drive. Metrobus and Arlington Transit bus stops will be relocated along the street. The Metro entrance on Fort Myer Drive will be used for picking up and dropping off passengers, though the existing entrances and elevators to the station will remain open to pedestrians.

There will be designated paths for pedestrians and bicyclists in the area. Annie's Park, located at 1825 N. Moore St., will close later this month.

-- Christy Goodman

Original post: North Moore Street in Rosslyn will switch to a one-way street heading south toward Wilson Boulevard as early as Saturday due to the start of two construction projects.

Rosslyn's new Metro station entrance project will begin later this month and construction on the 1812 North Moore skyscraper will begin later this fall. Taxi stands, Metrobus and Arlington Transit bus stops will be relocated. The Metro entrance on Fort Myer Drive will be used for picking up passengers.

Arlington officials say drivers should avoid the area, but have not said how long North Moore will remain a one-way street.

-- Christy Goodman

From The Post's archives:

Second Rosslyn Metro entrance likely

By Michael Bolden  | October 6, 2010; 12:08 PM ET
Categories:  Driving, Metro, Northern Virginia  
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Comments

Could we get a map of this please? I'm not sure where N. Moore is, but I do occasionally go through Rosslyn, so I want to be able to avoid any issues.

Posted by: akchild | October 7, 2010 6:57 AM | Report abuse

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