Lights out on 14th St. Bridge
[This post has been updated]
Power to the sign lights on the 14th Street Bridge will be turned off Thursday night from 10 p.m to 5 a.m., according to the District Department of Transportation. Crews will be working on utilities on the bridge.
DDOT said a portion of the far right lane on the northbound span will be closed to give crews access to a manhole.
Here is is the plan:
-- Two sign lights prior to entering the District will be out.
-- A water navigational light on the northbound span will be out.
-- An aviation navigation light will be out.
DDOT says there should still be enough lighting in the area that overhead signs will be visible but urges drivers to use caution through the area.
Washington Post Editors
| February 24, 2011; 8:00 PM ET
Categories: District, Driving | Tags: 14th Street Bridge
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