Beltway crawling at Rt. 50
Here's a roundup of the traffic woes facing commuters:
8:35 A.M. UPDATE:
-- An accident on I-495 North at I-66 is blocking the right shoulder.
-- There's still congestion on I-495 North at Arlington Boulevard.
8:15 A.M. UPDATE:
-- A disabled vehicle is blocking the shoulder on I-495 Outer Loop at I-95 in Prince George's County.
-- The I-270 South lanes have reopened.
7:55 A.M. UPDATE:
-- An accident on I-270 South at I-370 is blocking one southbound lane and one southbound shoulder.
-- I-495 North is slow at Arlington Boulevard.
7:30 A.M. UPDATE:
-- The right shoulder of I-395 South after U.S. 1 is still blocked by a disabled vehicle.
-- A disabled vehicle on I-495 North at the Leesburg Pike is blocking the right lane.
7:05 A.M. UPDATE:
-- Congestion is bad on I-95 North/the Beltway at Telegraph Road.
-- VRE and MARC are running on time.
6:45 A.M. UPDATE:
-- A disabled vehicle on I-395 South before U.S. 1 is blocking the right shoulder.
-- I-395 North is congested at the 14th Street Bridge, Duke Street and close to the Springfield Interchange.
-- I-66 East is congested at Sudley Road and Chain Bridge Road.
-- A disabled vehicle on I-495 South at I-66 is blocking the right shoulder.
6:15 A.M. UPDATE:
-- The Red Line delays have been lifted.
-- Traffic on the usual spots in Northern Virginia: I-395 North at Duke Street, I-66 East at Chain Bridge Road.
-- MARC Camden Line train 841 is running 25 to 30 minutes late due to the freight train congestion.
-- Red Line delays in both directions due to a disruption at the Fort Totten station. Trains are sharing the same track between the Takoma and Fort Totten stations due to emergency maintenance.
-- MARC Camden Line train 841 is running about 20 to 25 minutes late leaving Baltimore, owing to freight train congestion.
-- There's congestion on I-395 North at Duke Street.
April 20, 2010; 5:45 AM ET
Categories: Advisories , Commuting , Congestion | Tags: i-395 north congestion, metro delays, red line, red line delays
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