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Traffic Alert: Police Chase Snarls Outer Loop at Braddock Rd.

A number of traffic delays and problems this morning, so factor these in depending on where you're going:

VIRGINIA:
-- I-495 S near Braddock Road (around mile marker 54), an accident is causing the southbound left and left center lanes to be closed. Traffic backups were at least one mile long as rush hour began.
-- I-66 E near Chain Bridge Road (mile marker 60), congestion is causing backups to stretch a few miles.
-- I-395 N by Seminary Road (mile marker 4), congestion is backing up traffic for miles.
-- I-95 N in Woodbridge (at mile marker 159) there was an accident and the right shoulder blocked.

MARYLAND:
-- I-95 N past MD 216 (in North Laurel), an accident very early this morning caused all four northbound lanes to be closed, and though they are believed to be reopened, it could still cause some backups.
-- I-95 inner loop, north of MD 202, four of five inner loop traffic lanes were closed due to a vehicle fire.
-- I-95 outer loop, north of MD 4, two of four outer loop lanes are closed due to a collision.

WASHINGTON, D.C.:
-- 295 N at S. Capitol Street, a disabled car could cause delays and traffic

By Washington Post Editors  |  October 14, 2009; 6:27 AM ET
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Dr. G, the beta site of the local page is terrible. To find your columns/blog we have to click on local, traffic, then you...

Can we please get a link on the main local page to your column/blog directly please?

Posted by: anarcho-liberal-tarian | October 14, 2009 8:51 AM | Report abuse

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