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Metrobus routes remain limited

As anyone can tell, gigantic piles of snow left over from the recent storms are going nowhere fast. This change in the road conditions is still causing lingering route changes on Metrobus. Here are the route changes as they have most recently been posted on the Metro Web site:

-- 17B,17G,E6 - These routes are operating the Snow Emergency Route.
-- 18H - Bypassing Sydenstricker Road, Arly Drive, and Rockefeller Lane. Operating operating via Huntsman Blvd.
-- 18P,18S - Bypassing Burr Oak, Oakland Park, & Clara Barton neighborhoods.
-- 70 - Due to construction, this route is bypassing 4th street. Operating via 3rd street -- --- 90,92 - Due to construction, these routes are detouring at 8th and Eye Street N.E. These routes will operate via 10th street N.E. to G Street and back to 8th Street.
-- 9S - Detouring at Clark & 27th street.
-- D12 - Bypassing Glassmanor Loop. Operating via Indian Head Hwy to Livingston Rd.
-- D14 - Bypassing Haras place. Operating via Brinkley Road.
-- E2,E3,E4 - Bypassing Riggs Road and Chillum Place. Operating via South Dakota Avenue to Gallatin street to Sargent Road N.E.
-- G2 - Cutting back at the following location: Wisconsin Ave and Dumbarton St. N.W
-- M4 - Bypassing Military Road & 30th Place N.W. Operating via Nebraska Avenue.
-- N8 - Bypassing Yuma Street. Operating via Nebraska Avenue to Ward Circle.
-- N8 - Bypassing Glover Park. Continuing Cathedral Avenue to New Mexico Avenue N.W -- R12 - Bypassing Westchester Park . Operating via Kenilworth Avenue

By Mark Berman  |  February 22, 2010; 6:30 AM ET
Categories:  Advisories , Commuting , Congestion , Metro  
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