Headaches on the horizon
If you're going into work, you should be able to get there fine. The question will be whether you can get back. Teleworking is ideal. Leaving work early is good. Having a plan is essential.
You've got enough to worry about. The snow forecast is going to postpone much of the roadwork that normally would occur Friday and through the weekend.
- The Braddock Road/Beltway ramp work that was to begin Friday night and continue through the weekend has been rescheduled for the weekend of Feb. 12. In fact, the HOT lanes project on the western side of the Beltway in Virginia will not have any weekend lane closures if the current forecast holds.
- The poor weather during this week once again postponed the reconfiguration of the ramps from eastbound I-66 to the Beltway's inner loop. That would have been going on Thursday night, but it's now been rescheduled for Feb. 9-11.
- The weekend's planned shutdown of the Chain Bridge has been postponed again. It's now set for the two weekends after this one, weather permitting.
February 4, 2010; 7:00 PM ET
Categories: Advisories , Construction , Driving , Metro , Weather , Weekend Work , transit | Tags: Dr. Gridlock, Headaches on the horizon
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