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P Street Ramp Opening Delayed

As many of you probably discovered already, the work on the P Street ramp from the southbound Rock Creek Parkway has not been finished on schedule. The National Park Service, which is in charge of the reconstruction project along the parkway, had announced last week that the next phase of the P Street work would begin Tuesday and the closed ramp would reopen.

The park service just announced that the work isn't done and that it now expects the ramp to reopen by 10 a.m. Thursday. At that time, the park service said in a statement, access from P Street down to the southbound parkway will be blocked off and the new construction will begin.

The park service had estimated that this new phase would be done by Sept. 25, but the new estimate released today is that the work will last through Oct. 1.


By Robert Thomson  |  September 5, 2007; 2:22 PM ET
Categories:  Construction  
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