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Snow clearing to close streets in D.C.

From the D.C. Department of Transportation:

"Snow hauling operations will continue throughout the weekend as District snow crews continue to work on removing, hauling, and plowing after back-to-back snow storms hit the city. Roadway and temporary lane closures will occur throughout the day on many of the District's major routes. Motorists are advised to be prepared for possible detours or minor delays.
Currently the eastbound Whitehurst Freeway is closed until 10 a.m. from Key Bridge to K Street, NW and inbound New York Avenue at Bladensburg has been shut down to only one travel lane.
There will be rolling closures along New York Avenue between 7th Street, NE and the District/Maryland line throughout the day Saturday.
The southbound closure on the I-395/3rd Street tunnel that occurred overnight has been lifted. All lanes for the 3rd Street tunnel are now open."

By Washington Post Editors  |  February 13, 2010; 10:33 AM ET
 | Tags: D.C. snowstorm, Washington snow, snow removal  
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