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Eisenhower Avenue reconnected

The link between Eisenhower Avenue and the Beltway's inner loop in Alexandria has been restored. It was closed during the summer as part of the Wilson Bridge construction project.

The inner loop traffic shift between the Telegraph Road interchange and the Eisenhower Connector has been completed. (Congratulations on getting it done despite the rain and snow.) This was the weekend construction project most likely to cause major traffic delays.

Now, all three travel lanes in the work zone are open. So are the entrance ramps to the inner loop from Telegraph Road and the inner loop exit to the Eisenhower Connector.

A similar shift in the outer loop lanes is scheduled for this coming weekend, Dec. 11-13. It's all part of the widening of the Beltway in that zone.

By Robert Thomson  |  December 5, 2009; 3:48 PM ET
Categories:  Wilson Bridge  | Tags: Dr. Gridlock, Eisenhower Connector  
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Thank you, Alexandria, for what is probably the most useless interstate exit in America.

Posted by: member5 | December 7, 2009 10:35 AM | Report abuse

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